Excavations on the Roman and Medieval Defences of Canterbury [ePub]

by Sheppard Sunderland Frere

The city walls of Canterbury are some of the most interesting, and in places best-preserved structures of their kind in southern England. Since the destruction that took place as a result of WW2, a great deal of new information has been obtained, including the discovery that the medieval city wall was on the same line as the Roman wall. Sites covered include the Castle; Riding Gate; City Wall in the Old Cattle Market; Worth Gate; 19 Pound Lane, as well as a section on the exceptionally fine West Gate and an assessment of finds.

19.11.2012

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