More than 200 people have attended the funeral of a teenage girl decapitated 700 years ago in a gruesome medieval ritual. Archaeologists discovered the girl's body two years ago in unconsecrated ground beside an English church. Her head had been placed beside the body. Experts believe she may have been executed or committed suicide and then decapitated. The ritual was sometimes done during medieval times to deny Christians eternal life. The church's vicar, the Rev. Andy Harding, requested that the girl be reburied in the main churchyard. Harding said that whoever she was or what she had done, "everyone deserves a dignified and respectable funeral." The ceremony was held Saturday at Hoo St. Werburgh parish church, about 50 kilometers southeast of London.