"Gateway to the Roman invasion" found

New excavations in Kent, England have uncovered the hard surface of the country's coastline during the first Roman invasion (43 C.E.). The coast would have been two miles from the current coast. Also found: a Roman wall and a medieval dock.

The excavation took place at the Richborough Roman Fort, the "gateway to Roman Britain 2,000 years ago."

Experts are still evaluating the significance of the medieval dock.