The ‘Temple of Janus’, Autun, France.
It was built in the 1st c. AD, just outside of the Roman town of Augustodunum. Its dedication to Janus is not based on any archaeological or historic fact, and the deity that was venerated in the temple is unknown.
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@andythegreenie @pool_press @bexhillmuseum @thehistoryguy @theislandreview My auntie & uncle used to live next door to it!
@pool_press @thisisyogic @bexhillmuseum @thehistoryguy @theislandreview Sea access to Pevensey still existed in 1066. Except the longboats may not have arrived there at all, but rather may have entered & landed within Coombe Haven estuary between Bulverhythe (an island then) & Hastings. 1st ever Norman church in England was built on Bulverhythe.
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A photograph of a busy Railway Approach in around 1910, looking towards London Road. Can you spot the East Grinstead Photography Company in the row of shops?
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