Starting Population 103 % of Worldwide 0.3%
Population Starting Income 1,682 % of Worldwide 0.3%
Income Starting GDP 25,772 % of Worldwide GDP 0.4% Starting Surplus 153 % of Worldwide 0.5%
Surplus 6 fiefs in province Overlord: de Vere (280)
Comments: Oxfordshire lies in south central England, about 50 miles northwest of London. One of the ancient centers of Celtic Britain, there are many notable relics, such as the White Horse of Uffington.
In Roman times it was of little consequence. Overrun by the Saxons in the late 5th century, Oxfordshire formed part of the borderlands between Wessex and Mercia, and passed several times back and forth between the two kingdoms and was for a time under Danish rule as well before being united with England in the late 10th century.
The shire is part of the Archiepiscopal province of Canterbury . There is some mining, some commerce and industry related to the university at Oxford town, but the economy is primarily agricultural.