An archaeological project in Berkshire will be aiming to uncover a King's burial site.
The 'Hidden Abbey Project' will try to discover the extent and significance of Reading's Royal Abbey, founded by King Henry I in 1121. The Abbey was his final resting place, alongside his Queen Adeliza.
Archaeologists will use a ground-penetrating radar (GPR) to find the boundaries of the Abbey Church. They will also try to discover areas for more investigation, including the High Altar where Henry was buried, the Ambulatory and the Lady Chapel.