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Lundenburgh was a name given to London following the restoration of the city by King Alfred the Great in 886 AD. It refers to his policy of creating boroughs or defended places to help defend against the Danes. Previously the name Lundenwic had been used.

See MOLAS for further details and History of London pages.


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