Diplomat and composer Woody provides an interesting new take on Shoes Of Redfern with this archeological piece discovered over 2000 years ago.
Many thanks Woody.
When the Romans pushed their way north into the German provinces, they built (circa 90 AD) The Saalburg, a fort that protected the boundary between the Roman Empire and the Germanic tribal territories. At its peak, 2,000 people lived in the fort and the attached village. It remained active until around 260 AD. Shoe found in well.
Leather shoe, Roman era.