The polemics of Left Wing politics has degenerated to such a degree that the office of the President which was supposedly sacrosanct in the case of the last administration is no longer respected. The agenda of 'scorched earth' and zero compromise is the order of the day. Make any false accusation as long as it denigrates the current commander and chief no matter if it cumulatively adds to an approaching national train wreck of economy and civil order. These political demagogues would rather tear down the very institutions that support their tenure in offices of power and collaborate with foreign personages that wish the USA destroyed than concede that the business of the nation supercedes their own parties ultimate objectives of turning this nation into a Leftist Utopia of universal Socialism.
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Richborough Roman Fort
Richborough Castle contains the ruins of a Roman Saxon Shore fort, collectively known as Richborough Fort or Richborough Roman Fort. It is situated in Richborough near Sandwich, Kent, in the United Kingdom.
Rutupiae or Portus Ritupis was founded by the Romans after their invasion of Britain in ad 43. Because of its position near the mouth of the Stour, Rutupiae was the major British port under the Romans and the starting point for their equivalent of Watling Street. Additional routes connected Durovernum (Canterbury) with further ports at Dubris (Dover), Lemanis (Lympne), and Regulbium (Reculver). Earth fortifications were first dug on the site in the 1st century, probably was as a storage depot and bridgehead for the Roman army. This transformed into a civilian and commercial town, which was later replaced by a Saxon Shore fort around the year 277. The later fort is believed to have been constructed by the rebel Carausius.
A major quadrifrons triumphal arch was erected straddling Watling Street, the main road from Richborough to London. Its position and size suggest it may have been built to celebrate the final conquest of Britain after Agricola’s victory at the Battle of Mons Graupius.
Almost 25 m (82 ft) high, it had a facade of high quality, Italian granite. Standing as it did between the port and the province, passage through the arch signified formal entry into Britannia (cf the similarly maritime arch at Ancona). Only its foundations and mound are still visible. #roman#romanruins#romanbritain#fort#castle#castles#castleruins#ruin#ruins#ancient#history#heritage#archaeology#archaeologist#plotagraph#plotagraphpro
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