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Constructed by the Roman invaders as part of a route from London Londinium to Exeter Isca , the 85ft wide earthwork stands more than 15ft high and consists of a sweeping road with deep ditches at the side. It was so densely covered by trees, however, that although its existence was known about, it simply could not be found until now. Mr Addison said it was the biggest Roman road he had come across and that it was probably designed to make a statement.
It is thought that it might have been built shortly after the Roman conquest in the first century and its scale would have been chosen to intimidate people living nearby.
The sight of a Roman legion marching along it would surely have had the desired effect. It is thought the road would have been made from layers of gravel and the fact it still exists is testimony to the skills of the builders. It has been known about but when the Forestry Commission wanted to find it, they struggled. But they called me in and I managed to find it.
Artist's impression: The Roman road being built in the Dorset forest 1, years ago.
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It is absolutely huge and unlike anything I have ever seen. Here you have a large road with huge ditches either side. It is raised very high which is unusual. It is only speculation, but the height might have been to make a statement. If so, then it would have been incredibly impressive to the local people. They built ditches on either side to act as soakaways to prolong the life of the road.
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