Isotope analysis of the girl’sbones and teeth suggests she had an Alpine upbringing until at least the age of seven, and enjoyed a healthy diet.
But towards the end of her life, experts noticed that her diet deteriorated, suggesting her lifestyle changed significantly after moving to England, although the cause of her death is unknown.
The burial, dated between 650 and 680 AD
So the reputation of British food was established pretty early on then….
Imagine, a diet worse than German….