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Eadburh [Eadburga]locked

(fl. c. 716–c. 746)
  • Barbara Yorke

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Eadburh [Eadburga] (fl.c. 716–c. 746), abbess (probably of Wimborne), first appears in the historical record as the recipient of a letter from Boniface, written while he was still known by the Anglo-Saxon name of Wynfrith, recounting at her request the recent vision of a monk at ...

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