The Roman Invasion of Britain: Dominion

Once considered a mere nuisance, Scottish barbarians and opposition tribes were growing in numbers. Rome's centuries-long hold on Britain was quickly slipping from its weakening grasp. Its diluted army could no longer fight off the enemy, which cost them dearly, not only in military loss, but also in trade and business. Witness the beginning of the end of the Great Empire as we reconstruct some of the opposition's most daring raids, and discover why the Romans were unable to muster the energy to save themselves and their reign over Britannia.

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