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The external walls at Richborough, built in the later Roman period as part of the Saxon Shore defences. It is thought that Richborough was the most likely place for the Roman Army to have landed during the invasion of 43 AD. A huge triumphal Arch was built here to commemorate the conquest of Britannia.