After Anglo-Saxon weddings, the man was expected to give the woman money. After the bride received the money, it was her choice as to what she wanted to do with it. The money was purely for the children they were going to have.
After their marriage, Chad and Edith decided to have two children. During the sixth century, children were seen to many as “miniature adults” all over Europe. As normal tradition, the family practiced Christianity and taught it to their children. From there on, they lived happily ever after.
Edith had lived a full and happy life and passed away peacefully in the year 612. Edith was buried with her "Amulet" which symbolized women being the protectors of their families health and well-being. Thank you for following her along her journey of being an Anglo-Saxon woman. The End.