Exeter College stands on Turl Street in Oxford. It is the fourth oldest college in Oxford. It was founded in 1314 by Walter de Stapledon who became treasurer to Edward II. Exeter College gardens are renowned for their beauty and for the views they give of Radcliffe square. JRR Tolkien was a former student. "Floreat Exon.", meaning "Let Exeter Flourish", is the College motto.
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