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However, excavation supports the theory that the tell was originally located on the southern bank, and the wadi was diverted south of the tell to incorporate the temple into Palmyra's late first and early second century urban organization on the north bank.
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On 4 November 1530, Cardinal Thomas Wolsey was arrested on charges of treason and taken from York Place.

On his way south to face dubious justice at the Tower of London, he fell ill.

Henry, 3rd Earl of Lancaster and of Leicester founded a hospital for the poor and infirm in the area to the south of the castle now known as The Newarke (the "new work").

Henry's son, the great Henry of Grosmont, 4th Earl of Lancaster and of Leicester, who was made first Duke of Lancaster, enlarged and enhanced his father's foundation, and built the collegiate Church of the Annunciation of Our Lady of The Newarke.

The Church of the Annunciation was the burial place of Duke Henry, who had earlier had his father re-interred here.

Later it became the burial place of Constance of Castile, Duchess of Lancaster (second wife of John of Gaunt) and of Mary de Bohun, first wife of Henry Bolingbroke (Henry IV) and mother of King Henry V (she did not become queen because she died before Bolingbroke became king). When his son became king, the Earldom of Leicester and the Duchy of Lancaster became royal titles (and the latter remains so).

There was a legend his corpse had been cast into the river, while some historians It was concluded that the skeleton was that of Richard III because of the DNA evidence and the shape of the spine.

In 2015 Richard III was reburied in pride of place near the high altar in Leicester Cathedral.

The Corporation of Leicester opposed the efforts of Charles I of England to disafforest the nearby Leicester Forest, believing them to be likely to throw many of its residents into poverty and need of relief.

The later Roman name was a latinate form of the Brittonic word for "ramparts" (cf.

Gaelic rath & the nearby villages of Ratby and Ratcliffe The Corieltauvian settlement lay near a bridge on the Fosse Way, a Roman road between the legionary camps at Isca (Exeter) and Lindum (Lincoln).

It was elevated to a bishopric in either 679 or 680; this see survived until the 9th century, when Leicester was captured by Danish Vikings.

Their settlement became one of the Five Burghs of the Danelaw, although this position was short-lived.