The remains of 20 men who died during the Thirty Years War have been recovered from a mass grave in Germany.
A few facts have already come to light. For example, the corpses were buried almost naked, presumably after being plundered. They were, at least, carefully laid to rest. The bodies
Archaeologists are working to excavate a mass grave containin the remains of at least 75 soldiers who were killed during the Battle of Lützen, which took place in 163 in Germany.
The grave was discovered in the late summer of 2011. The 42-square-metre tomb is 1.1 metres deep.
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