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Caligula's profected invasion of Britain. Reasons for Claudius' invasion.
Conquest of southern and eastern Britain. § 6. The Conquest of Britain Augustus'
policy of non-intervention in Britain was followed by Tib»rius as a matter of
zone which he acquired in northern Britain was subsequently proved to be
unnecessarily wide. For the time being, however, the ground won by Agricola
remained in Roman hands.*° While the three Stations of legions stationed in
6. of J. Ward, The Roman Era in Britain. The only parts of the English lowlands
where large areas remained uncultivated were in the south-west, in the Sussex
Weald, in the Fenlands, and in the Lancashire plain. On the social condition of ...
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