In a medieval setting, a kingdom had about 50% percent of its population killed (this includes all ages). About 50% of infrastructure was in need of repair, and a separate 25% of infrastructure needed to be rebuilt from the ground up (infrastructure includes bridges, defined roads, and various city buildings). Most damage to the infrastructure was via fire.
10 years after this, with normal and peaceful functions occurring during those years, how much of the population and infrastructure will have been restored? Note that the government, which has a lot of money/resources, wants to repair the country, but they prioritize trade routes, religious temples, and land that the rich own.
Also note that the population of this country was quite large given the medieval period, probably up to a million before being killed (I don't have an exact number), so even though the population was knocked down to about 500,000, the population regrowth wasn't limited by in-breeding. The kingdom also had immigrants in those ten recovering years because although the country was struggling, neighboring countries were oppressive and the cause of the population loss was permanently disposed of. Still, immigrants weren't super enthusiastic to travel to the kingdom.