Archaeological Report on Roman Britain
In all the expansion that the Roman Empire undertook, one of it's most significant achievements was its Romanisation of Britain, which was previously inhabited and run by Celtic tribes. Once the Romans took over, they went out of their way to turn Britain into a second Rome. The changes implemented by the Romans had a significant affect on important aspects of daily life including housing, social status and leisure and entertainment. In order to understand the changes that the Romans brought to Britain, it is important to look at the key aspects of daily lives of both Roman soldiers posted in Britain and also its native inhabitants.
The life of a native Celt during the Roman occupation was dependant on the wealth and social status. Those who were wealthy were able to adopt the Roman way of life and enjoy the many luxuries that Roman culture had to offer. Roman rule, however, probably made little difference to most poor Celts, especially in the north and extreme southwest of England. For them life went on much as it had before, which can be seen when looking at key aspects of daily life.
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