About sharing image copyrightOxfordshire County Council image captionThe seal matrix measures 33mm x 21mm 1. The silver seal wycobme, inscribed with the name Margerie Pevrel, was found on her family's land at Hambleden, Bucks, by a metal detectorist.
Archaeologist Anni Byard said the oval-shaped object's discovery in April was "a very unusual occurrence". Buckinghamshire assistant coroner Alison McCormick declared it treasure.
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At that time, the spelling of names was not fixed, so the Pevrel surname could also be written as Peverel or Peverell, while the name Margaret could be written as Margerie. Miss Byard believes the younger woman was its owner.
She was born in about during the turbulent reign of Edward II. The records show Margerie lived at Yewden Manor, now part of Henley Business School, on land where the metal wycommbe found the seal.
Miss Byard said the "find helps a 14th Century woman live again" and she hopes it will inspire historians to research Margerie's life. If you have a story suggestion please eastofenglandnews bbc.