Edburga


Edburga

Edburga (sometimes Eadburh, "Eadburg", or Eadburga) can refer to the following Anglo-Saxon women:

*Saint Edburga of Bicester
*Saint Edburga of Minster-in-Thanet (d. 751)
*Saint Edburga of Repton
*Saint Edburga of Winchester, daughter of King Edward the Elder

*Eadburh of Mercia
*Eadburg, mother of Queen Ealhswith


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