Although Julius Caesar had mounted two exploratory invasions in 55 and 54 B. Both roads were easily accessible using the ancient ridgeways.The construction of Roman roads was done by local labour under Roman supervision.
Other evidence of Iron Age settlement, such as refuse ditches and slag heaps, has been found in Southgate. What the Romans did for Crawley started with the construction of the two main roads that joined the south coast with London: firstly Stane Street, from Chichester, which passes about ten miles west of Crawley, and later the road to Brighton, which passes about six miles to the east.
For the few thousand years up to the middle ages, the area between the North and South Downs was largely covered by forest.
Animals such as deer congregated on the ridges in the forest, and it is at two of these ridges that we find the earliest evidence of human activity on the site of Crawley.
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Juwan, Dalen, and Marcus were more than upfront about the show, their dating life as ghost hunters, and much more. Here are few photos from the event: Dalen Spratt – As the leader of the group, Dalen identifies, researches, and organizes the locations that the GHOST BROTHERS investigate.Both samples date from about 500,000 years ago, and evidence of habitation by hominids at the Boxgrove site extends back another 200,000 years.Continuous habitation of the British Isles by anatomically modern humans, however, began only after the end of the last ice age, around 15,000 years ago.It’s not a sport or hobby that we do on the weekends, it’s a way of life.Johnny Wink has owned and operated Megabucks Louisiana Duck Guides since 1979.The existence of these roads provided some trade links for the local iron industry, although a good deal of its products would have been for the use of the Roman army and navy.