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Celtic Tribes in Britain. Roman Britain about the year 410 CE, showing the Brythonic tribes in red.

Roman roads in Britain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Straight roman roads, aqueducts and the vast highly trained army of the Roman Empire led to nearly four hundred years of Roman rule.

Hadrian's Wall, England: a defensive fortification in Roman Britain. Built 122 AD, the first of two fortifications, the second being Antonine Wall. It is opn national cycle route 72, a UNESCO world Heritage site (1987). Most popular tourist site in N. Eng, most important monument built by Romans in Britain.

Hadrian's Wall, England: a defensive fortification in Roman Britain. Built 122 AD, the first of two fortifications, the second being Antonine Wall. It is opn national cycle route a UNESCO world Heritage site Most popular tourist site in N.

Roman Fort Ruins on Hadrian's Wall: Housestead was one of many forts built along Hadrian's wall to protect the Roman empire from barbarian tribes in northern Great Britain. (Photo Credit: Skyscan/Corbis)

Roman Fort Ruins on Hadrian's Wall: Housestead was one of many forts built along Hadrian's wall to protect the Roman empire from barbarian tribes in northern Britain.

A reconstruction of a typical Roman meal using tableware excavated from Verulamium and foods known to have been eaten in Roman Britain

A reconstruction of a typical Roman meal using tableware excavated from Verulamium and foods known to have been eaten in Roman Britain

Roman mosaic from Hinton St Mary, Dorset. This mosaic is the earliest depiction of Christ found in Roman Britain and dates from the 4th century AD. The figure of Chirst is flanked by two pomegranates and lies on the Greek chi-rho (the first two letters of His name).

Roman mosaic from Hinton St Mary, Dorset. This mosaic is the earliest depiction of Christ found in Roman Britain and dates from the fourth century AD. The figure of Christ is flanked by two pomegranates and lies on the chi-rho symbol.

Roman Invasion Britain Timeline | Roman invasion of Britain - Map of operations 43-84AD

Roman Invasion of Britain

How Roman rule crumbled in Britain. As the empire slowly retreated in the fifth century AD, Roman Britain came under attack from the west, east and north.

21 Maps That Will Change How You Think About Britain

How Roman rule crumbled in Britain. As the empire slowly retreated in the fifth century AD, Roman Britain came under attack from the west, east and north.

Ancient England - The Ancient Cultures of Britain:

Ancient England - The Ancient Cultures of Britain. Map of Ancient Britain, showing the Celtic tribes, and Roman roads

British Museum-Map of Roman Britain

Ancient Rome, Ancient History, British History, Roman Britain, Maps, British Museum, Roma Antigua, Roman Empire, British Isles

View from Upper Northgate Street along the Roman wall & looking down on the Shropshire Union Canal in Chester, Cheshire, UK.

Remnants of Roman Britain: in pictures

View from Upper Northgate Street along the Roman (Saxon) wall & looking down on the Shropshire Union Canal in Chester, Cheshire, UK.

ROMAN settlement in Britain began around 43 AD - Remnants of Roman Britain: Verulamium Roman Amphitheatre

ROMAN settlement in Britain began around 43 AD - Remnants of Roman Britain: Verulamium Roman Amphitheatre

There are many reasons why a genetic legacy of Africans in Roman Britain might not be present in contemporary populations

If Mary Beard is right, what's happened to the DNA of Africans from Roman Britain?

There are many reasons why a genetic legacy of Africans in Roman Britain might not be present in contemporary populations

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