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The Oxfordshire Historic Environment Record is the definitive source of information on the historic environment in four of the five districts within the modern county of Oxfordshire. This resource, which is fully accessible in digital form to the public, contains more than 22,000 records on archaeological sites, buildings, and find spots of archaeological or historic significance. A county of many market towns, large country estates, military bases and extensive rural landscapes, Oxfordshire's historic environment is diverse. Notable are the Lower Palaeolithic production sites, the Neolithic and Bronze Age funerary landscapes, nationally important and abundant Iron Age to Roman settlements, forts and villas, Anglo Saxon to Medieval minsters, churches and religious houses, the Post Medieval country estates landscaped by Capability Brown and others, and the World War II military bases and surviving monuments. The Oxfordshire Historic Environment Record also maintains digital records of some aerial photographs, copies of unpublished fieldwork and associated files.