posted on Jun, 14 2013 @ 08:24 PM
Here is an interesting web page I came across while surfing the web.
What interests me is that the ruins are said to be 'well ruins' and from what I know of that area the form of erosion is not gentle to any structures
that are destroyed which are usually first torn apart as there foundations are washed away and then smashed against the very cliff from which they
have fallen by the same waves that undermined them. So it is interesting that the town is said to be identifiable (Or at least the stone structures
though broken are) and may mean a different form of erosion based subsidence rather may have in part taken place there, or perhaps the town was barely
above sea level and the sea merely washed the soil lower and lower causing subsidence and inundation of the town though I doubt this, also it may mean
further out into the north sea off the east coast of England that roman settlements may have been similarly submerged.
It may be that this is just a misinterpretation on my part as I am not a geologist with respect to what that page say's but I leave it as always to
yourselves to see if you can make anything interesting out of this, as there are many great mind's on ATS whom are also curious and may have more
edit on 14-6-2013 by LABTECH767 because: (no reason given)