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It is close to the A2, which follows an ancient British trackway which was used by the Romans and the Anglo-Saxons, and known as Watling Street.

Richard Tylman (or Tillman), mayor in 1581, expanded the port at Faversham, building two wharfs.

He became a key figure in exporting corn, wheat and malt to London from the town.

The cockpit-style outdoor auditorium, the first of its kind found in Britain, was a style the Romans used elsewhere in their empire on the Continent.

An excavation of the abbey in 1964 uncovered the empty graves.

The town was less than 10 miles from Canterbury, Numerous remains of Roman buildings have been discovered in and around Faversham, including under St Mary of Charity Church where coins and urns were discovered during reconstruction of the western tower in 1794.

In 2013, the remains of a 2,000-year-old Roman theatre, able to accommodate some 12,000 people, were discovered at a hillside near the town.

and Faversham has been the home of several breweries.