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Interesting History of Roman Britain

When you travel in Britain, you CAn’t fail to find out that Britain has an interesting history going back thousands of years.

Unfortunately a lot of people residing in times that are present know nothing or very little about it, so we will assist you here.

Its all about Kings and Queens, and about different individuals who helped shape the current state of affairs in Great Britain.

Britain is not a single nation but a union of 4 countries, and that’s why it is called Great, and of course it has ex- colonies and expatriates disperse throughout the globe making its present make up a blend of various communities from all over the world in the United Kingdom.

No literature of course exists for this age, but a lot of Stone Age artifacts have been found both on the point of Cornwall in the South all the way to the north of Scotland and their main heritage is Stonehenge in Wiltshire in Southern England and that is truly one of the seven wonders of England without doubt.

One other location that is obviously dominated is Avebury. In Avebury you aren’t going to find any substantial construction, as in Stonehenge, but you will discover remnants of something or a temple which was built over 2000 years ago and the reasons for it will not be yet understood.

For making houses and roads etc., after in history these form of rocks were used

Traveling to Maiden Castle in Dorset which is a great example and you will see signs of all these things there.

Between the continent and Britain – trade had began at around 150 BC. The trading used to be for finished goods like silver raw materials like tin and gold, wine, pottery and coins and even slaves.

Julius Caesar came to Britain but just succeeded in creating a temporary bridgehead. After another abortive effort the next year, the Romans left Britain well alone to get a century until the Romans came back in 43 AD in full strength.

Within a year the Romans had conquered large elements of Britain and by 60 AD controlled most of Britain south of the River Humber.

The superior military knowledge and capacity of the Romans later destroyed a revolt by the Iceni tribe in present day Anglia led by their Queen Boudica.

After that damage the Celts and they assembled a network of roads and pushed North and failed to pin down, so they assembled a massive Wall called Hadrian’s Wall in 122 AD from Newcastle to Carlisle which you can nevertheless see now on your travels.

It then abandoned in 163 AD and was began in 142 AD.

It is possible to still also begin to see the Roman mosaics with which they used to decorate their hamlets in several museums.

Roman Britain enjoyed a rather peaceful time until about 300 AD when many European barbarian hordes assaulted it as well as on the northern front in Britain by Scots and Picts.

The Romans kept pushing back their attackers from both sides and AD Emperor Constantine removed his British army entirely to defend the Roman Empire in the River Rhine frontier.