Published on 25th August 2019 by

Excavations conducted by the Kent Archaeological Field School at Syndale, in Kent, have produced some interesting Roman finds. The most exciting was the discovery of what is thought to be an ‘ankle-breaker ditch’, a special military design that incorporates a trap at the bottom to perform the task it was named after. A day or two’s march from where the Romans landed in 43 AD, and on the north-Kent route they would have taken on their way to the Thames, could this be the site of the first Roman fort in Britain, dating back to the Claudian invasion?

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