The mystery of how a medieval knight came to be buried in the Cumbrian coastal village of St Bees may finally have been solved.
The perfectly preserved body of a man who died in the fourteenth century was discovered in the grounds of St Bees Priory 32 years ago, but his identity was unknown.
Historians now believe he was Anthony de Lucy, Lord of Cockermouth and Egremont.
Samantha Parker reports:
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