Remains of Irish beauty discovered at Dungannon

Archaeologists working on a dig at Dungannon, Ireland's Castle Hill have discovered what experts believe are the remains of Mabel Bagenal, third wife of the Earl of Tyrone, Hugh O'Neill, and known as Ireland's "Helen of Troy."

The skeleton is in good condition and is believed to be a woman "married to a high ranking male given the respect afforded to her at her burial." The beautiful, but Protestant, Mabel Bagenal married Hugh O'Neill, but became his mortal enemy before she died in 1591.