Times: Saxon Rotunda May have Connections to Lady Godiva

A 10th or 11th century Saxon rotunda, thought to be part of a monastery, has been unearthed in Leominster, England during a geophysical survey. The structure may be connected to Earl Leofric and his wife, the famed Lady Godiva.

Archaeologists are excited about the discovery and believe that it could be of major historical significance. "This is a tremendously important find - an opportunity to rewrite the early history of Christianity," says Bruce Watson, a senior archaeologist with the Museum of London Archaeology Service.