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The medieval ‘queen’s head’ carving was discovered

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A medieval stone carving of the 12th century, the queen, was discovered in a monastery in the south of England.

Local officials in Milton Keynes, the stone carving on Monday, with the explanation that it was found during the conservation work in Bradwell Abbey, which dates back to the 12th century.

The engraving depicts Eleanor of Aquitaine, was an important figure in the history of the middle ages who was queen consort of France and later queen consort of great Britain.

The stone carving has been discovered in Bradwell Abbey.
(Milton Keynes Council)

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In medieval painting, was also discovered at Bradwell Abbey, the site of which the chapel remains, in its entirety. One of the 12th century, the stone was also recovered” in pristine condition” of the original priory wall, in accordance with Milton Keynes Council.

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The united kingdom continues to reveal new aspects of history. In 2017, for example, archaeologists in London discovered the lost remains of Greenwich Palace, where Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.

Workers are preparing to lay new pipes for the water and discovers a spooky old cemetery in Oxfordshire earlier this year.

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