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Corfe Castle, 1952
Corfe Castle, The Square, Wareham, Dorset. Corfe Castle's location - sandwiched on a hill, in a gap between two other hill ranges made it almost impossible to attack. As a result it was largely used as the Royal Treasury. It was also famous for being the location of one of the few cases of known regicide in Britain - on the 15th April 975, the young King Edward was stabbed in the back as he mounted his horse whilst hunting in Purbeck - he was buried without honours as he was (clearly) unpopular with the nobility, yet his body was later exhumed and found to be untouched by decay. As a result he was declared a saint and a martyr. 28th August 1952.
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