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Don Quijote de La Mancha: ¿realidad o ficción?

Dos investigadores descubren documentos en los que podría haberse inspirado Cervantes para su personaje literario. Los expertos dicen que El caballero de la Triste figura es una suma de saberes, informaciones, aventuras y episodios conocidos por Cervantes Las semillas y la leyenda del Quijote en la Tierra aumentan. Y se confirma que la obra de Miguel […]

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Tras los nuevos pasos de don Quijote

Un viaje por los lugares de La Mancha donde, según las últimas investigaciones, habrían vivido los personajes de Miguel de Cervantes. Se cumplen 400 años de la segunda parte de la obra …La calle ancha donde habría vivido don Quijote ahora es un callejón estrecho colonizado por la iglesia… …El “castillo” donde se habría armado […]

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Six Golden Pages of the Oldest Book in the History of Mankind

More than sixty years ago, a very unique discovery was accidentally made in the Valley of Struma River, the greatest river in western Bulgaria, during road construction works. A small book was found in an old tomb covered with frescoes. It is the world’s oldest book in the history of mankind, made of gold and […]

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Arturo Pérez-Reverte. Foto: RAE

Arturo Pérez-Reverte aligera el Quijote

El escritor y académico ha adaptado la obra de Cervantes al público juvenil para su uso escolar Ya de vuelta tras la presentación de su Quijote escolar en México en el marco de la Feria Internacional del Libro de Guadalajara, Arturo Pérez-Reverte hará lo propio este martes en la sede de la RAE, en Madrid, durante un […]

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‘The king in the car park’: new light on the death and burial of Richard III in the Grey Friars church, Leicester, in 1485

Archaeologists today do not as a rule seek to excavate the remains of famous people and historical events, but the results of the project reported in this article provide an important exception. Excavations on the site of the Grey Friars friary in Leicester, demolished at the Reformation and subsequently built over, revealed the remains of […]

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Identification of the remains of King Richard III

In 2012, a skeleton was excavated at the presumed site of the Grey Friars friary in Leicester, the last-known resting place of King Richard III. Archaeological, osteological and radiocarbon dating data were consistent with these being his remains. Here we report DNA analyses of both the skeletal remains and living relatives of Richard III. We […]

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