Event: Relics-incorrupt preservation/placing in reliquary/requesting/translating∆thelthryth 2.post-mortem miracle of incorrupt body
||∆thelthryth 2's flesh would not corrupt after she was buried.
Primary Source Info
||... sepulta caro corrumpi non potuit
|Date from Source
||At the time of ∆thelthryth 2's transaltion, 16 years after her first burial.
*This was token and proof that ∆thelthryth 2 had remained uncorrupted by contact with any man.
Persons associated with this Event:
(Saint, d. 679; Abbess of Ely; Queen of Northumbria)
(Bishop of York and Saint, d.709) : He testified to this.
(Physician) : He was present at ∆thelthryth 2's death-bed and at her elevation from the tomb. The wound of surgery he had performed on her was now healed.
(Queen of Kent; abbess of Ely, c.679-c.700) : She went inside the tent they had prepared in order to wash her bones.