Icknield Street

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Icknield Street

(ĭk`nēld), name for a prehistoric road in England, extending SW from the Wash, along the line of the Chiltern Hills and Berkshire Downs, to Salisbury Plain.
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Many centuries before the Romans had taken their Riknild Street to Bidford and forded the river here.
The Romans took their Riknild Street to Bidford (which was originally called Byda's Ford) and went across the open river near the church.