An 18-acre settlement dating back as early as 43 AD has been uncovered
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An entire Ancient Roman town including a temple and main road has been uncovered buried next to a major motorway .
This discovery has been hailed one of the most significant finds in regional archaeological history.
The 18-acre settlement, which contains rare coins, pottery and jewellery, dates back as early as 43 AD.
It has been uncovered next to the A2 in Newington, Kent.
The site includes remains of a temple which has since been named Watling Temple - making it one of only 150 sites recorded in England.
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