"The County of Oxford, call'd by the Saxons [Oxnafordscyre, Oxenfordscyre,
and] Oxenfordschyre, commonly Oxfordshire; did, as I observ'd before, belong
to the Dobuni, [and by its situation (particularly to the north-east, at
Otmore and the adjacent places) exactly answers the original of the name
Dobuni, as being low and level."
from Camden's Britannia, 1586