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'on fagne flor' - 'seems to refer to the traces of Roman tesselated paving which may have remained in early times after Anglo-Saxon halls had been built on sites of Romano-British villas' (Wrenn). Fawler in Oxfordshire, four miles west of Woodstock and on the river Evenlode, seems to have derived its name from OE fag-flor, an etymology made more probable by the discovery of remains of Roman pavings at Fawler in the nineteenth century.