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BATTLE OF WODENS BARROW AD 715

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  BATTLE OF ALTON PRIORS, BATTLE OF ADAMS GRAVE, BATTLE OF WODNESBEORH
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The site of the Battle of Woden’s Barrow, which is also known as the Battle of Adam’s Grave, the Battle of Alton Priors and the Battle of Wodnesbeorh, is located in Alton in Wiltshire. The battle was fought in 715 AD between King Ine of Wessex and King Ceolred of Mercia. The battle was fought on the same site as the earlier battle of 592 AD.

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