Caesar In Britain: The Romans Invade Britain

Northeastern Gaul and Britain had been in close contact for centuries and were intertwined economically, politically, and culturally. The Roman general and statesman, Julius Caesar claimed in his writings that the Britons had supported the Gauls in their attempts to resist his forces. During the Roman invasion, some Gauls had escaped to Britain as fugitives, while some Britons had crossed the channel to fight on behalf of the Gauls. As such, late in the summer of 55 BC, Caesar made the decision

Caesar In Britain: The Romans Invade Britain

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