Chapter 3, Policy of Succeeding Emperors

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

Chapter 3, 55 BC to 78 AD – Caractacus

On his return to the capital, imperial projects and events were of such importance and urgency, as to leave no time for the scene of his latest campaign, and after his assassination, successive emperors had quite enough to do in consolidating and strengthening their position. For nearly a century the Britons were undisturbed, and maintained their original independence. During that time, some of them, either for purposes of trade or of pleasure, extended their journeys into Gaul, and even visited Rome, for Strabo speaks of some of the British chiefs having sent ambassadors to cultivate the friendship of Augustus Caesar, and to bring offerings of peace and amity. This emperor several times announced Read More >>>

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