Rome’s relationship with Britain continues to fascinate historians, archaeologists and enthusiasts to this day. Mysteries remain abundant. Archaeological discoveries continue to reveal exciting new information about this period, providing a clearer picture not only about major figures and events in our island’s history, but also about everyday life and how the native Iron Age British population adapted to the Roman occupation.
From Caesar first setting eyes on this ‘unknown’ island’s shoreline to the fall of the Brigantes Queen Cartimandua this eBook tells the tale of the Roman invasion of Britain. Detailed articles explain key topics, edited from various History Hit resources. Included in this eBook are articles written for History Hit by historians specialising in Roman Britain, as well as edited transcripts of History Hit podcasts featuring archaeologist Dr Simon Elliott.