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Roman Britain in 1972

D R. Wilson

Roman Britain in 1972

by D R. Wilson

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Published by Invicta Press in [s.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby D R Wilson, R P Wright and M W C Hassall.
ContributionsWright, R P., Hassall, M W C.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13704108M

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Early in the book Blair makes it clear historical written information about this period is quite limited, particularly after the Roman occupation. However, with sources such as Bede's Ecclesiastical History of England, the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, and poems such as Beowulf, Blair paints a fairly detailed picture of England from 55 BC to AD /5(4).   After the invasion in AD 43 by the Emperor Claudius, the Romans occupied Britain for four centuries – but what exactly did this ‘occupation’ mean to the island’s inhabitants? In this classic work – widely recommended on reading lists everywhere – eminent archaeologist Martin Millett examines the latest archaeological and historical sources to help us to understand the cultural.

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