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Roman town wallA small part of the Roman town wall (between the red lines) has survived by later being incorporated into a medieval church wall. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust 2006.


Blocked Roman arch wayThis blocked Roman arch way in the town wall can be seen in Quenin Gate car park. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust 2006.


Illustration of the blocked Roman arch wayIllustration of the blocked Roman arch way in the town wall at Quenin Gate car park. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust 2006.


RidingateReconstruction drawing of the double arch way at Ridingate. Travellers from Dover would have entered the town here. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust 2006.


Roman turretThis Roman turret against the inside of the town wall was discovered during the Whitefriars excavations. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust 2006.


Roman cremation graveA Roman cremation grave discovered outside the town. It was usual to have pottery in the grave. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust 2006.


Scan of a Roman cremation urnScan of a Roman cremation urn. A scan can help to see the contents of a pot before removing them. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust 2006.


HobnailsThese hobnails are all that remain from a pair of Roman boots or shoes. They were found in a grave with pots and cremated bone. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust 2006.


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