Sea Level 2000 years ago higher than today? Roman coastline discovered two miles inland
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Climate Depot | 5/2/2017 | Marc Morano
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An archaeological dig at a Kent fort has uncovered the coastline at the time of the Roman invasion of Britain in 43AD – two miles from today’s shore.

The team was excavating a 295ft (90m) stretch of collapsed Roman wall, when they found a small medieval dock.

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English Heritage archaeologist Tony Wilmott said they then found a “hard surface”, in a water-filled trench, which was the Roman beach.

The dig was on previously untouched land at Richborough Roman Fort.

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Mr Wilmott said: “It is widely known that Richborough Roman Fort was the gateway to Roman Britain 2,000 years ago.

“But...
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