“Remains of Miguel de Cervantes” Identified in Madrid

The remains of famed "Don Quixote" author Miguel de Cervantes have been identified in a convent in Madrid after months of investigations, NBC News reported Tuesday. Francisco Exteberria, a forensic anthropologist at the University of the Basque Country, announced that scientists had located the grave after months of investigations. "In light of all the information generated in this case — historical, archeological and anthropological — it is possible to conclude that some of the fragments of the remains found on the grounds of the crypt of the Trinitarias church are those of Miguel de Cervantes," Exteberria said.

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