Period between AD 43 and 410 during which part of Great Britain was under the control of the Roman Empire. The Romans referred to their territory as Britannia. In 55 and 54 BC, Julius Caesar led... read more
R.A.G. Carson investigates the fate of the polity established by rebel Roman general Carausius in the third century AD.
Rayner Heppenstall highlights the problems inherent in divisions of British and Irish history along racial lines.
C.E. Stevens searches the elusive world of ancient Britain.
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In this month's edition: an Englishman in the Spanish Civil War, life in...
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Caligula was assassinated on January 24th, AD 41. He reputedly slept with...
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Martin Henig reviews a work on Roman Britain.