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The Roman Empire and Ireland
"A single legion, with a moderate band of auxiliaries, would be enough to finish the conquest of Ireland"-Tacitus quoting Agricola .
This evidence illustrates that the Romans did not come to Ireland for the simple reason that they had no desire to do so. However the island was to be hugely influenced by the Roman Empire. Instead of Roman aspects being forcibly introduced to Ireland, the Irish themselves chose to adopt many Roman customs in order to improve themselves. This essay will outline the contacts between Ireland and the Roman Empire (and its legacy) and discuss the effects of t…
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