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The remains and skeletons of 200 soldiers that fought in the Napoleonic Wars have been discovered during construction works in the West German city of Frankfurt, Tuesday. Preliminary estimates suggest that the soldiers were from the Great Army of 1813 and fought in battles that claimed around 15,000 lives around October 1813. All the soldiers were buried in seperate coffins, keeping the remains well-preserved. According to the head of the Frankfurt Protection of Monuments Dr. Andrea Hampel, the tombs were erected in an emergency, indicating that the soldiers were likely to have died from a thyphus epidemic that decimated their army on thier return from a military defeat in Moscow. Over 30 of the skeletal remains have already been excavated with the remaining work expected to take four to six weeks, according to the site manager Juergen Langendorf.
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