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“Lady Di of the 10th century?”: Poor Eadgyth!

Rosemary Joyce, professor of anthropology | June 19, 2010

“She was a beautiful English princess who married one of Europe’s most powerful monarchs and dazzled subjects with her charity and charm.” Thus did AP reporter Raphael G. Satter start a widely-reproduced story in January that the LA Daily News headline writer reduced to “Lady Di of the 10th Century“. (The Huffington Post more soberly … Continue reading »