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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
The task of completing the subjugation of the island was left to Aulus Plautius and to Vespasian, his second in command, and who was afterwards emperor. The former undertook to subdue the tribes north of the Thames, and the latter those on the south side. Vespasian fought no fewer than thirty battles, and took twenty fortified places, and in one of the battles his life would have been sacrificed but for the devotion and intrepidity of his son Titus, subsequently the renowned conqueror of Jerusalem. For five years also, Aulus found his utmost skill and resources severely taxed by the native tribes, and on his recall, the Britons immediately Read More >>>
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