Mysterious blue pigment in medieval woman's teeth gives scientists 'bombshell' clue | Fox News ----- This evidence shows that women at that time, particularly nuns, were "not only literate but also prolific producers and consumers of books." Though her name remains unknown, the woman who was buried in a German churchyard was probably a highly skilled artist and scribe. "It's kind of a bombshell for my field — it's so rare to find material evidence of women's artistic and literary work in the Middle Ages," ----- What's she do? Eat the book with the lapis lazuli? Smurfs. Gotta be Smurfs.