A medieval stone carving of a 12th-century queen has been found at an Abbey in southern England.
Native officers in Milton Keynes unveiled the stone carving on Monday, explaining that it was discovered throughout conservation work at Bradwell Abbey, which dates again to the 12th century.
The carving depicts Eleanor of Aquitaine, a key determine in medieval historical past who was queen consort of France and, later, queen consort of England.
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Medieval paintwork was additionally found on the Bradwell Abbey website, of which solely the chapel stays in its entirety. A 12th century stone was additionally recovered “in immaculate situation” from the unique priory wall, in line with Milton Keynes Council.
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The U.Ok. continues to disclose new facets of its wealthy historical past. In 2017, for instance, archaeologists in London uncovered the misplaced stays of Greenwich Palace, the birthplace of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.
Staff making ready to put new water pipes found a grotesque historical burial website in Oxfordshire earlier this yr.
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