Mons Albi Equi
Another spendid view of The Manger, looking out from the face of the Uffington White Horse.
The debate goes on about whether the chalk figure was intended to represent a horse or some other animal.
It has been called a horse since the eleventh century at least. An Abingdon cartulary, written by monks on vellum, between 1072 and 1084, refers to "mons albi equi" at Uffington (the White Horse Hill).