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Adaptation-based Information
The following information originates only from the Chronicles of Narnia adaptations, meaning it does not exist in the original chronicles.

Aslan's How was a hilly mound of earth that covered what had once been the Stone Table to the south of the town of Beruna in the Kingdom of Narnia, built during the Dark Age. It was also the place where Aslan was sacrificing his own life to the White Witch so that Edmund wouldn't get killed by Jadis.

Later, Aslan's How was a underground tomb where the Pevensies, Caspian X, and their army had set up camp in hiding before the Second Battle of Beruna.

Originally, the hill itself was called Aslan's Camp, which Aslan's Army used as their campgrounds and headquarters during the White Witch's reign. The hill was attacked by the Witch's Secret Police, but was successfully defended. The colors of the tents are warm and bright, in contrast to Jadis's camp.

A thousand years after the Stone Table split in half, the Narnians erected a mound over the Table, with some hollowed-out tunnels, thus allowing it to be used as a centre of command for the Old-Narnian Army later on.

During the Narnian Revolution, there were two Battles of Aslan's How.

What happened to it afterwards is unknown, but was believed to still be in operation until the world's end.

In the Prince Caspian (2008) the walls of the interior of Aslan's How had images painted on them, depicting the Pevensies' first arrival in Narnia and defeating the The White Witch.

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The entrance to Aslan's How

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The interior of Aslan's How

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The Stone Table in Aslan's How

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