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Roman Britain map reveals the ancient roads built 2,000 years ago that you still drive on today

A FASCINATING map reveals the ancient Roman roads Britons still use every day. The 2,000-year-old highways include key routes around London, Manchester, Cardiff and Bath. The map shows some of the …

The map includes the Latin names for towns and cities across the UK, such as Londinium (Lo...

The map of the UK's Roman roads, towns and cities, was created by Mr Sasha Trubetskoy, a student studying statistics at the University of Chicago.

Life in the Early Medieval Period was difficult.  As has been seen in previous posts, there was a very limited and often misinformed view of the human body and disease.  As cities had gro…

Life in the Early Medieval Period was difficult. As has been seen in previous posts, there was a very limited and often misinformed view of the human body and disease. As cities had gro…

Two thousand years ago today, the Roman Emperor Augustus died. His reign marked the start of a 200-year period of peace and prosperity for the empire.

The Roman Empire’s rise and fall, its culture and economy, and how it laid the foundations of the modern world.

I’ve been thinking recently about post-Roman Britain and the accepted version of how the Angles, Saxons and Jutes, led by warrior leaders, displaced the native British and created the Anglo-S…

I’ve been thinking recently about post-Roman Britain and the accepted version of how the Angles, Saxons and Jutes, led by warrior leaders, displaced the native British and created the Anglo-S…

Much of the Roman road network in the former Britannia has been built over or has decayed. Beginning their work in 43 CE, alongside the invasion organized by the Emperor Claudius, the Romans quickly built a road network through the lands they controlled in Britain.

In today's terms, it's hard to fathom how much of the world the Romans once controlled. At its peak, the Roman Empire spanned from Hadrian's Wall in Scotland...

As the empire slowly retreated in the fifth century AD, Roman Britain came under attack from the west, east and north.

As the empire slowly retreated in the fifth century AD, Roman Britain came under attack from the west, east and north.