Medieval Mystery Surrounds Sainted Relics
The crushed lead reliquary which was uncovered below the north transept is thought to be the same one which was displayed within a marble shrine dedicated to the 7th century St. Edburg, patron saint of Bicester. It contained 20% of a human skeleton, but with no pelvis or skull it was impossible to determine the sex.
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