Chapter 5, Condition of the Country and People When the Romans Left

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

Chapter 5, 296 AD to 410 AD – The Romans Leave Britain

Britain was not now in the state in which the Romans had found it. Its towns were no longer barricaded forests, nor its houses wood cabins covered with straw, nor its inhabitant’s naked savages with tattooed bodies, or clothed only with skins. It had been for above three centuries the seat of Roman civilisation and luxury. Roman emperors had been born, and others had reigned in it. The natives had not only built houses, temples, courts, and market places, in their towns, but had Read More >>>

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