Chapter 3, Invasion under Claudius 43 AD

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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

This invasion occurred in A. D. 43, ninety seven years after the second visit of Julius Caesar, and it was made at the alleged instigation of Beric, a British chieftain, whom domestic feuds nad compelled to flee the country, and who is said to have represented at Rome the facility with which the island could be conquered, owing to its internal dissensions. Aulus Plautius was sent with four legions, and a large body of German auxiliaries, numbering in all fifty thousand men. The Britons at first pursued their old policy of harassing the enemy by skirmishes, and by endeavouring to cut off the supplies, but in this they were Read More >>>

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