Archaeologists from the University ofLeicester believe the ditch was part of a large fort in Kent
Archaeologists believe they may have uncovered the first evidence of Julius Caesar's invasion of Britain in 54BC.
The discovery of a defensive ditch and weapons led them to identify Pegwell Bay in Thanet, Kent, as the place they believe the Romans landed.
The ditch, in the nearby hamlet of Ebbsfleet, was part of a large fort, the University of Leicester team says.
Its location was consistent with clues provided by Caesar's own account of the invasion, the team said.
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