Treasure suggests stronger Roman Presence in Britain

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.


By Jan van der Crabben

CEO & Founder of Ancient History Encyclopedia. When he's not working on AHE, he loves to spend time with his family going hiking, visiting historic places, or doing all-day BBQs in the garden with good real ale or whiskey.