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  • Roman camp on the White Horse Hill, about six miles distant.

    From John O'Groats to Land's End Robert Naylor

  • On the White Horse Hill, where Alfred fought against the Danes, and carved out on the hill-side the White Horse as a memorial of his victory, many a rural sport has been played, and at the periodical "scourings of the Horse" many a Berkshire head broken to see who was the noted champion of the game.

    Old English Sports 1892

  • It has been referred to as a 'horse' since the 11th-Century, primarily because ancient scripts from nearby Abingdon Abbey refer to 'mons albi equi' at Uffington - or the White Horse Hill.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph Telegraph Staff 2011

  • White Horse Hill, Uffington where Sian O'Callaghan's body is found.

    BBC News - Home 2011


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