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What it does is remove one possibility which could have proved that these are not Richard’s remains.
How old are the bones found under the Greyfriars church?
Clearly they can’t be any more recent than the Dissolution of 1538.
The small pieces of bone were combusted to produce carbon dioxide which was then put through a mass spectrometer.
Testing two pieces each at two different facilities should provide consistent results – and indeed it did. The proportion of C-14 in the atmosphere, and hence in living things, is not constant but varies over the centuries, and it also varies between the atmosphere and the oceans.