The Great Invasion
Evans Bros., 1958 - 219 pages
History of the Roman invasion and occupation of Britain from the first reconnaissance by Caesar in 55 B.C. to the final battle at Mons Graupius in 84 A.D. Based on both classic sources and archaeological evidence.
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