A map showing the major Roman forts and roads in Wales.
The Roman Invasion of Wales
Early Roman Wales (c70AD - 200AD)
Late Roman Wales (c200 - 400AD)
Post Roman Wales
History of Wales - main index
Prehistory - Roman
Britain - Dark Ages - Medieval
Britain - The Tudor Era - The
Stuarts - Georgian Britain - The Victorian Age
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About the National Trust
This Christian missionery served as the first Archbishop of Canterbury
He was sent by Pope Gregory V to King Ethelbert of Kent in 597 AD
He established a church at Canterbury that later evolved into Canterbury Cathedral
06 October, 1854
Great Fire of Newcastle and Gateshead
An explosion and series of fires killed 53 and injured hundreds of people. The fires began at the Wilson & Sons worsted mill on the Gateshead bank.
Who died after eating a meal of lampreys - against his doctor's orders
The year was 1135
His heir was his daughter Matilda