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Æthelburh [St Æthelburh, Ethelburga]locked

(fl. 664)
  • Marios Costambeys

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Æthelburh [St Æthelburh, Ethelburga] (fl. 664), abbess of Barking, was the sister of Earconwald (d. 693), abbot of Chertsey and bishop of London. Nothing certain is known of her family background, though she may have originated among the Kentish aristocracy: Æthelburh shares her name with the Kentish princess who became ...

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Oxford Medieval Texts
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