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ROMAN TREASURES OF BRITAIN

The relationship of the Roman Empire with Britain is long and detailed: from 55 BCE, when Julius Caesar first saw a land rich for conquest, to 410 when Emperor Honorius left the islands to fend for themselves against invaders. The centuries of Roman occupation mean it’s little wonder that remnants can be seen throughout the entire country. Of course, many of these sites

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