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A Norman Breton warlord is ambushed by Welsh herders. Art by Angus McBride
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Figure 1: Distribution of sites showing extent of region, topography, rivers and principal sites referred to in the text. Select to view distributions for ...
Remains of the Pillar of Eliseg near the town of Llangollen, Wales, erected c. 855. It lists Magnus Maximus as an ancestor of a medieval Welsh king.
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In 1959, a group of Welsh Territorial Army (now Army Reserve) soldiers designed a weekend training event, set in the Cambrian Mountains of Wales, ...
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Interestingly, many of the early forts along Hadrian's Wall face south into Brigantian territory, showing the ongoing threat posed by recently subverted ...
The whole of what would be England and Wales had come under Roman control
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Aldborough Roman Fort was established in the late first century AD but was later replaced with a planned town known as Isurium Brigantum.
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Above: Boudica (or Boudicea) leading the Iceni rebellion against the Romans.
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Aldborough Roman Town. The town was laid out in a grid pattern structured around a main central road. Key administrative buildings would have included the ...
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Above: A portion of London's Roman city wall seen by the Tower of London.
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This Legion was the northernmost battle group in Roman Britain but was transferred out of the province circa-AD 122 after having suffered heavy losses.
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