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Search Begins for Cervantes' Remains

The search is on for the remains of arguably the most important figure in Spanish literature, Miguel de Cervantes.   Researchers in Spain are planning to use ground penetrating radar to search the floor of a Madrid convent for the bones of the author of what is considered the world’s first novel, "The Adventures of the Ingenious Nobleman Don Quixote of La Mancha."   Records show Cervantes died in poverty at 69 on April 22, 1616. His remains were reportedly entombed in...

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