Roman Britain

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Oxymoron – an expression that contains words with opposite meanings eg. ‘a bitter sweet experience’ both pleasant and unpleasant at the same time.

Another good example would be Roman Britain…a strange, yet accurate description of Britain (well mainly England and a good chunk of Wales) during the second period of Roman occupation from 43AD to 410AD

I could go into great detail here about how and why the Romans decided it was a good idea to try to include Britain in their empire, and why it was not. Alternatively I could tell you to read my books…

http://www.britannicabooks.com

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