Originally published 06/26/2015
Cervantes wanted to be buried at the convent because the nuns raised money and paid a ransom for his release when he was a young man held captive in North Africa.
Originally published 03/17/2015
In a discovery that could create a new venue for literary pilgrims, Spanish investigators said on Tuesday that they might have located part of the remains of Cervantes, whose novel “Don Quixote” has enthralled readers over centuries.
Originally published 04/28/2014
He died an obscure death.
Originally published 03/11/2014
If he doesn't find the remains, "I'll eat the Bible."
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