Roman Invaders and Settlers
The Roman army invaded Britain in AD 43 and fought for 40 years to bring the country under control as part of the Roman Empire. Britain was then under Roman rule for nearly 350 years. This volume explores the differences between the Romans and the people who already lived in Britain and how British life was changed by the Romans.
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The Romans invade Britain
The effects of the revolt
Britain stay the same?
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