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Tango0106 Apr 2020 3:44 p.m. PST

… earliest known relative discovered by scientists in Kent

"Eanswythe, the daughter of King Eadbald, is believed to have founded England's first nunnery before her life was cut short, likely as a result of bubonic plague

An Anglo-Saxon princess who was one of England's earliest Christian saints has been identified by scientists in a church in Kent.

Some historical evidence suggests that she may be the present Queen's earliest known relative whose remains have so far been identified…"
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42flanker11 Apr 2020 6:18 a.m. PST

Kent- "that micro-country"

- m'OK…

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