When Saint Ursula of Cologne and her ten thousand virgins in Cologne, Germany during the fourth century were attacked by the Huns, Cunera—a princess from York—was saved by the Frisian King Radbod, who took her to his castle at Prattenburg in Rhenen. Here she was deeply loved for her kindness and care for the poor around the castle. This aroused the jealousy of Aldegonde, Radboud's wife. When he was out hunting, Cunera was strangled by Aldegonde with the beautiful scarf that Cunera had received from her parents. She was buried in a cowshed. By a miracle the crime was discovered. Radboud converted to Christianity.