The Roman Invasion of Britain: Revolt
Under Roman rule, Britain became a civilized nation. Roads were built, governments were formed, and the land's bountiful resources of minerals, grain, and timber were harvested. But as Rome's profits grew off its exploitation of the land, so too did resistance from North Wales and other areas of Britain. Using the latest archaeological and scientific research, combined with spectacular war re-enactments, we examine this turning point in the occupation, as a rising British rebellion forced Rome to spread out its already diluted armada.
When the Picts of Scotland proved that they could not be conquered, the Roman wall was built, marking the very edge of Roman Britain.