Treasure suggests stronger Roman Presence in Britain

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by Jan van der Crabben
published on 05 August 2011
A treasure trove of Roman coins near Exeter (Devon) suggests that the Romans controlled more of south-western Britain than previously thought. Sam Moorhead, of the British Museum, said: 'It is the beginning of a process that promises to transform our understanding of the Roman invasion and occupation of Devon.' Read the full story on the Daily Mail website.
Posted by Jan van der Crabben on August 5, 2011, 08:26.

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