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Ancient Britain : the Celtic tribes .
2000 years ago there was an Iron Age Celtic culture throughout the Br Isles . It
seems that the Celts , who had been arriving from Europe from the 8th cent BC onward, intermingled with the peoples who were already there.
The Celts were extremely talented people, creative and artistic . More than 1 Celtic tribe invaded Br. The descendants of ancient Celts live in Wales , Scotland , Cornwall and Ireland . They lived in primitive
society. Druids – priests, more powerful than chiefs. Acted like
prophets.
  • Stonehenge
    From
    prehistoric period . Was built on Salisbury plain between 2500 and
    1500 bc. One of the most famous and mysterious archaeological sites in the world. One of the mysteries is how it was built at all with
    the technology of the time. Another is its purpose . It appears to function as a kind on astronomical clock and we know it was used by
    the Druids for ceremonies marking the passing of the seasons. It
    appears in number of novels. These days it is not only the interest of tourists but is also a gathering point of certain minority groups.
    It is now fenced off to protect it from damage.
  • The Roman conquest
    Julius Caesar ’s first raid
    was in 55 BC but the romans left . Ad
    43- the Romans came to stay . The army established Roman rule in the south and SW of the country . The
    Romans started to introduce their laws to a new province of the Roman Empire and started to build good roads.
    Officials were appointed
    (governors, procurators to collect taxes , look after the estates and
    mines and se that the gold , silver , iron and lead were exported back to Rome). Introduced schools ,a new languageLatin , large farms
    ( villas ), baths.
    In AD 410 they had to leave .
    roman occupation lasted nearly 400 years. They left behind very little .
    Roman
    province of Britannia covered most of present -day England and Wales.
  • Latin influence on English
    *The influence of Latin is
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