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From Birmingham
The name Warwick was in existence as far back as A.D. 701, but there is no mention of the county before the year 1016, so that it is not at all likely that the county was formed by Alfred. It is more probably the work of Edward the Elder, and resulted from his victory over the Danes. The meaning of Warwick (Waerinc Wicum) is the village of the Waerings

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