Archaeologists believe they have found remains of the long-lost home of a 7th Century princess in the Borders.
A monastery was founded near the village of Coldingham by Princess Æbbe nearly 1,400 years ago.
It was destroyed by Viking raiders in the 9th Century and previous attempts to pinpoint its location have failed.
However, excavations led by DigVentures have found traces of a large, narrow ditch which they believe was the boundary of the religious settlement.
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