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JMEMS33.1-03 Klein
gory followed up his missionary efforts with a letter to Bertha, queen of. Kent.
Life of St. Hild.qxp
of King Ethelbert and Queen Bertha of Kent). Queen Athelburg and her court returned to Kent after the slaying of Edwin at the. Battle of Hatfield.
Aachen, Palatine Chapel, 'she-wolf' 301 Abraham, image of 104–5
Bertha, Queen of Kent 13n1. Betacism, 201–2. Bibiana, Saint 59n21.
A Royal Progress Around the Garden of England
Tour Kent in the footsteps of kings and queens.

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EBK: St. Bertha, Queen of Kent
St. Bertha, Queen of Kent (c. AD 565-612).
CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Bertha
Bertha. Of the various holy women bearing the name of Bertha, five are more particularly worthy of notice. Bertha, Queen of Kent.
Bertha of Kent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Saint Bertha (or Saint Aldeberge) (539 – c. 612) was the Queen of Kent whose influence led to the introduction of Christianity to Anglo-Saxon England.
Bertha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
612), Queen of Kent; Saint Bertha of Val d'Or (d. c.
Queen Bertha - The Baldwin Project
So the uncle consented, and the Princess Bertha was sent over in great state and honour to the unknown land, to become the queen of Kent.

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