Cerne Abbas Giant chalk figure below the rectangular "Trendle" earthworks
The Long Man of Wilmington
The Cerne Abbas Giant chalk figure, near the village of Cerne Abbas in Dorset, England, is made by a turf-cut.
The Long Man of Wilmington
The Uffington White Horse at Uffington, Oxfordshire
Layout of the giant with the obliterated line (in yellow) reconstructed
Artist's impression
The 18th-century Westbury White Horse near Westbury, Wiltshire
Lord Holles, a portrait from the 1640s. Holles, the Cerne Abbas landowner, has been suggested as the person who ordered the giant to be cut in mockery of his political adversary Cromwell.
Annual pagan Long Man celebrations (with effigy)
The Long Man of Wilmington seen from a distance
Hercules holding a club and the Nemean lion-skin fur
The vandalised "Long" Man of Wilmington during summer solstice 2010
The Litlington White Horse in the village of Litlington, East Sussex
Homer Simpson as promotion for The Simpsons Movie
Outline of a naked man cut into the grass on a hillside, the Cerne Abbas Giant near Cerne Abbas
1764, first known drawing from the Gentleman's Magazine with measurements, including the height of {{convert|180|ft}}
The Cherhill White Horse near Cherhill
1764 sketch, perhaps dated to 1763, sent to the Society of Antiquaries of London<ref>Minute Book of the Society of Antiquaries, November 1763, in Vol. IX, July 1762 – April 1765, pp. 199–200, reproduced in D. Morgan Evans (1998), "Eighteenth-Century Descriptions of the Cerne Abbas Giant", The Antiquaries Journal, 78, pp. 463–71, {{doi|10.1017/S000358150004508X}}, p. 468</ref>
The Kilburn White Horse near Kilburn, North Yorkshire
1842 drawing by the antiquary and editor John Sydenham<ref>John Sydenham, Baal Durotrigensis. A dissertation on the antient colossal figure at Cerne, Dorsetshire; and an attempt to illustrate the distinction between the primal Celtæ and the Celto-Belgæ of Britain: with observations on the worship of the serpent and that of the sun, London, W. Pickering, 1842. Opposite title page.</ref>
Lenham Cross on the North Downs
1892 drawing by the author and antiquarian William Plenderleath<ref>William Plenderleath, The white horses of the west of England, 1892, p. 39</ref>
Figure of a lion cut into the hillside: the Whipsnade Zoo lion near Whipsnade
Aerial view
Outline of a crown cut into the hillside. Wye Crown, at Wye, Kent
Aerial view
An offwhite triangle cut into the hillside. Watlington White Mark
Bottom-up view
Two military badges and part of a third cut into the hillside. Two of the Fovant badges
The Giant's phallus
A kiwi cut into the hillside. The Bulford Kiwi near Bulford
Renovation in 2008
A white cross cut into the hillside. Whiteleaf Cross
Figure of a prancing white horse cut into the hillside with a rider. Osmington White Horse near Weymouth, Dorset
A stylised figure of a galloping white horse. Folkestone White Horse on Cheriton Hill, Folkestone
Alton Barnes White Horse
The Mormond Hill White Horse, near Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire
The Mormond Hill White Stag, near Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire
The Lamb Down Badge, near Codford, Wiltshire<ref name="hows2">{{cite web|url=|title=Lamb Down Military Badge||access-date=2014-09-26}}</ref>
Hackpen White Horse
The Westbury White Horse from Bratton Downs
Pendle Hill marked with the date 1612 on the 400th anniversary of the Witch Trials

The Cerne Abbas Giant is a hill figure near the village of Cerne Abbas in Dorset, England.

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The Long Man of Wilmington or Wilmington Giant is a hill figure on the steep slopes of Windover Hill near Wilmington, East Sussex, England.

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Hill figures cut in grass are a phenomenon especially seen in England, where examples include the Cerne Abbas Giant, the Uffington White Horse, and the Long Man of Wilmington, as well as the "lost" carvings at Cambridge, Oxford and Plymouth Hoe.

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The Long Man is one of two major extant human hill figures in England; the other is the Cerne Abbas Giant, north of Dorchester.

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The Cerne Giant is one of two major extant human hill figures in England; the other is the Long Man of Wilmington, near Wilmington, East Sussex.

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Cerne Abbas Giant chalk figure below the rectangular "Trendle" earthworks

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