A team of archaeological scientists has uncovered the first evidence of frankincense (aromatic resin used in incense and perfumes) being used in Roman burial sites in Britain.
Scientists have found that the heart of King Richard I, who ruled England in the 12th-Century, was preserved using mercury, mint and frankincense, among other sweet-smelling plants.
The resin from the trunk of Boswellia trees contains anti-inflammatory substances.
Day in Pics: 30th March
Showbiz World - March 30, 2015
Katrina Kaif’s wax statue at Madame Tussauds unveiled!