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Social Life in Roman Britain

Nature volume 158, pages 802803 (30 November 1946) | Download Citation



ROMAN Britain is only the prelude to the drama of English history, of which the first scene must be England after the Saxon conquest. The Romans vanished, leaving their roads, their ruins, and here ana there the potent Christian seed. But they did not found England as Csesar founded France.

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