People of Roman Britain

Roman Britain had an estimated population between 2.8 million and 3 million people at the end of the second century. At the end of the fourth century, it had an estimated population of 3.6 million people, of whom 125,000 consisted of the Roman army and their families and dependents.

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The complete list of Roman emperors

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The consuls of the Roman empire

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The Roman governors of Britannia from 43AD until the 3rd C.

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Who were the tribal leaders of Celtic Britain?

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Who were the Tribes of Iron-Age anf Roman Britain?

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