Chapter 2, Warlike Attainments

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National and Domestic History of England, Magna Charta, writen by W.H.S. Aubrey in 1869.

That the Britons were brave and war like is placed beyond all questions by the difficulty which the Romans found in subduing them. In battle, their chief strength was in their infantry. These were very fleet of foot, and expert in crossing streams and marshes. They were lightly clad, and sometimes divested themselves of all clothing, being protected only by a small shield. In close combat, their weapons were comparatively useless against the well tempered steel swords of the Romans, which, in disciplined hands, did fearful execution. All the youth were trained to arms, Read More >>>

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