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The Great Travel to Britannia

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FC: The Great Travel to Britannia | By, Jess Wooten, Michael Loper, Matthew Stopkey

1: Britain in 1399

2: Travelling | by FOOT | a | a bumpy horse ride

3: We visited Loch Ness in our free time | It took us about 11 days and about 4,000km to travel to Britannia.

4: The Hike | we made it | Roman Money and a map of the Roman Empire

5: Roman baths in Britannia

6: good eats | .

7: The Romans consumed a lot of grains and wine

8: on top of | the world | The many views of Fort Hadrian and Hadrian's Wall

9: Fort Hadrian

10: In Britannia, The Romans had to subdue the tribes that lived in Britannia. Some of the tribes allied themselves with the Romans and were spared slaughter. The Tribes were never united for the most part, until after the Romans had almost won. The Britons gave the Romans an actual challenge when they finally worked together. The Britons protected themselves inside their own Hill forts, which were forts usually made of wood at the top of a hill.

12: We head home to Rome to inform Fabius of our journey.

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  • Title: The Great Travel to Britannia
  • By, Jess Wooten, Michael Loper, and Matthew Stopkey
  • Tags: britannia, ancient, rome, travels
  • Started: about 7 years ago
  • Updated: about 7 years ago