The hill provided a sight-line to the east along the line of the Folkestone Turnpike to Dover Castle, one of the two principal cross-channel observation points, the other being Fairlight Down in Sussex.
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The villa was abandoned sometime during the third or fourth century for unknown reasons.
In 597 AD, monks led by St Augustine arrived at Ebbsfleet on the Isle of Thanet, on a mission from Pope Gregory to re-Christianise Britain.
He was greeted by the Anglo Saxon pagan King of Kent, Ethelbert and his Christian Queen, Bertha.
Augustine was granted land in Canterbury where he built his church and outside the walls founded the monastery of St Peter & St Paul - now known as St Augustine's.
It was an important harbour and shipping port for most of the 19th and 20th centuries.
There has been a settlement in this location since the Mesolithic era.
These relics are still housed in the church close to where they were discovered in the north wall of the chancel flanked by a pair of small brass candlesticks.
St Eanswythe is celebrated on 12 September each year - the date on which her relics were moved to the present chancel.
The harbour's use has diminished since the opening of the nearby Channel Tunnel and stopping of local ferry services, but still remains in active use.