The Roman Invasions Of Britain

THE ROMAN INVASIONS OF BRITAIN

'Neither before or since has Britain ever been in a more disturbed or perilous state.' CORNELIUS TACITUS. In 55BC the ambitious Julius Caesar, Emperor of Rome, turned envious eyes towards the mysterious isle of Britain. Within a few short years, the mighty Roman war machine had tamed the Celtic tribal society and transformed it into a province of the Roman Empire. This is the story of the dark years of ancient Britain when the well-disciplined Roman Legions faced the fury of the united Celtic peoples of Britain. Expert comment and analysis by Dr David Chandler, the former head of War Studies at Sandhurst. Authentic battle reconstructions and re-enactments, narrated by Brian Blessed

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