Archeologists searching for the remains of King Richard the third, say their findings so far have "exceeded expectations".
The team from Leicester University have dug two 30 metre trenches under a city council car park.
They believe they may have discovered building materials from a Franciscan Friary, which is where Richard's body was believed to have been taken after the Battle of Bosworth.
They've uncovered bits of medieval floor tiles, and a metre thick wall, typical of monasteries of the time, as well as parts of the window frames and stained glass.
They'll start digging a third trench tomorrow which they hope will uncover more evidence.