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Silchester

Line breaks: Sil|ches¦ter
Pronunciation: /ˈsɪltʃɪstə/

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Definition of Silchester in English:

A village in Hampshire, situated to the south-west of Reading. It is the site of an important town of pre-Roman and Roman Britain, known to the Romans as Calleva Atrebatum.

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