This map shows the Roman roads across the country, that King Harold's Coastal warning system may have taken to warn the Saxons of
the landing of Duke William in Sussex 1066AD. It also shows the routes that the Fyrd would have taken to meet up with Harold on the way
to the Battle of Hastings.
Because of the above argument it would seem likely that Harold would have come down the London to Lewes road, cut through the forest
of Andredsweald via the old ridgeway track from Crowborough to Netherfield, which would have made it more difficult for William to
track his progress.