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Alfred's Castle iron age hill fort , Oxfordshire aerial photograph

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aerial photograph of Alfred's Castle iron age hill fort , Oxfordshire England UK. Originally built in the 6th century by the 1st century AD it had ceased its defencive purpose but was still occupied with a Romano-British Farmhouse. It is named after King Alfred who defeated the Danes in the Battle of Ashdown at an unknown location in this general area in in AD 871.

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