A rare Anglo-Saxon penny bearing the name Jænberht. Jænberht was Archbishop of Canterbury in the late 8th century. The penny is only the second of its kind known to be in existence Source Ferrari Press Agency. Image credit Dix Noonan Webb The penny was found by a metal detectorist in a field in Faversham (southern England) last […]

via Rare Anglo-Saxon penny found in a Faversham field — The Heritage Trust

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