Queen Bertha's tomb in St Martin's Church
- St Martin's Church, Canterbury, Kent
Bertha (539-c. 612) became the queen of Kent following her marriage to King Ethelberht of Kent. She was canonized as a saint because of her influence in establishing Christianity in Anglo-Saxon England. She established St Martin's as her private chapel. St Martin's is credited as the oldest church in the English-speaking world.
This is a copy negative produced from OP25151.
Source: Historic England Archive
Photographer: James Valentine And Sons Limited
Early Medieval Tomb, Early Medieval Church