Dragon at Uffington
- Celtic (culture)
- Reptilian (attribute)
- Flying (attribute)
- Deadly (behaviour)
- Dragons (common type)
An ancient Dragon from Britain that terrorized the people a long time ago. The mound of Berkshire is known as the ‘Dragon of Uffington’. This mound features an image of a horse from chalk in the ground. Some believe that the horse is the Dragon itself, other believe that it was the Dragon that St. George defeated although others argue that that Dragon was from Beirut. Hugh Massingham (1926) argues that the mound could be the ancient burial ground of the Celtic King Pan Dragon.
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