Isle Of Thanet The Wantsum Channel
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- southern North Sea and the English Channel. The Wantsum Channel divided the Isle of Thanet from the. Kentish mainland until medieval times.
- Children and the Countryside
- Wantsum Channel, which separated the Isle of Thanet from the mainland in. Roman times.
- Cycle breaks in Kent Thanet
- this unique part of Kent. HISTORY. In past times the Isle of Thanet was separated from the rest of Kent by the Wantsum channel.
- The Geology of Pegwell Bay
- Pegwell Bay is situated to the south-west of Ramsgate, on the Isle of Thanet. Until Around 55-54 BC the Wantsum Channel was a mile or so wide.
- St Mark's History
- Minster on the Isle of Thanet, when the Wantsum Channel separated. Thanet from Kent by a width of some four hundred yards.
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- Wantsum Channel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Wantsum Channel is the name given to a now silted-up watercourse separating the Isle of Thanet and what was the mainland of the English county of Kent.
- Isle of Thanet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Isle of Thanet lies at the most easterly point of Kent, England.
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- Wantsum Channel
- Isle of Wight · South West The Wantsum Channel - The changing coastline of East Kent The Isle of Thanet, an island at that time was not defended.
- BBC - Kent - History - Isle of Thanet
- May 15, 2006 Thanet hasn't always had such a close connection with the rest of Kent but It was separated from the rest of Kent by the Wantsum Channel.
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