Add Papers Marked0
Paper checked off!

Marked works

Viewed0

Viewed works

Shopping Cart0
Paper added to shopping cart!

Shopping Cart

Register Now

eKönyvtár library
FAQ
 

Great deal: today with a discount!

Regular price:
1 336 Ft
You save:
241 Ft
Discounted price*:
1 095 Ft
Purchase
Add to Wish List
ID number:367347
Evaluation:
Published: 06.05.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
Extract

However this has been misunderstood as recently it was discovered that this was aimed towards the people of south Italy and not towards the people of Britain. Other sources say that the last legion of Roman troops left in AD409. Therefore we lose an exact date as to when the Roman influence was formally cut and have the chance to see the end of Roman occupation as a process rather than one event occurring within a short space of time.
<Tab/>The processes which finally drove the Romans from Britain was not one which happened within merely a few years as they were already seen to be underway during the second and third centuries. The end of Roman Britain reflected not only on the Province but proved as a teller of things to come for the whole Roman empire. Overstretched across its borders with its armies desperately trying to hold onto frontiers and while at the same time dealing with its own internal problems with authority and the rights to the claim of Caesar, the Romans simply had to pull back and make their frontiers more compact in order to bring what provinces left under tighter control. Britain is interesting as it shows us how the empire was changing from the days of Julius Caesar who would never have tolerated the north of England to go unconquered. However in the time of Britain, the Romans displayed territorialism and instead held onto the provinces they had and displayed little interest in once again expanding their lines.

Work pack:
GREAT DEAL buying in a pack your savings −1 398 Ft
Work pack Nr. 1282196
Load more similar papers

Send to email

Your name:

Enter an email address where the link will be sent:

Hi!
{Your name} suggests you to check out this eKönyvtár paper on „When and how Did Roman Britain End?”.

Link to paper:
https://eng.ekonyvtar.eu/w/367347

Send

Email has been sent

Choose Authorization Method

Email & Password

Email & Password

Wrong e-mail adress or password!
Log In

Forgot your password?

Facebook

Not registered yet?

Register and redeem free papers!

To receive free papers from eKönyvtár.com it is necessary to register. It's quick and will only take a few seconds.

If you have already registered, simply to access the free content.

Cancel Register