Her tomb is located in the Cathedral of Magdeburg. A lead coffin inside a stone sarcophagus with her name on it was found and opened in 2008 by archaeologists during work on the building. An inscription recorded that it was the body of Eadgyth, reburied in 1510. It was examined in 2009, then brought to Bristol, England, for tests in 2010. Professor Mark Horton of Bristol University said that
Nicholas de Larmessin I Portrait of Emperor Yohannes French (c. 1680s) 216 x 121 mm Engraving; Print on paper Portrait of an Ethiopian Emperor: Black man bust-length, turned to the right, wearing crown, pearl necklace and embroidered cape, and holding sceptre in right hand; in oval frame with ribbon tied in the upper part, and coat of arms in the lower part. “Emperor Yohann” is probably Prester John.
If this is not a sign of restoration and restitution I don't know what more signs we need. https://www.bible.com/bible/114/REV.21.NKJV .....read from verse 9 - 26 and see the design symbolism to this crown. This crown has come back into the figment of our histories imagination. What does the quality of the head gear of who this God represent in comparison to the we images we know? ORIGINAL IDEAS ARE PURE AND HARD TO IMITATE. This continent is still teaching us who we are.....Selah!
Here is a short list of just some of the things she acheived: The first woman to receive the NAACP Chairman’s Civil Rights Leadership Award.Honored for raising the image of blacks through her work on stage, television and in the movies. She attended Yale University. She died in 1998 and had an estate worth around …