why named great oak at the gates of the dead ??



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    The name “Gates of the Dead” is in memory of the English soldiers who died near there at the battle of Crogen in 1165, which is the battle King Henry II was on his way to when he decided to spare the tree while cutting down the surrounding forest.

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