The Romans developed a network of roads around Britain aiding travel and communication.
Evidence shows that the Romans only successfully occupied the south of Scotland.
After initial resistance, some Celtic tribes had more amicable relations with the Romans.
Adam Hart-Davis introduces the development of food, wines and recipes from the Roman era.
Hadrian's Wall was built by the Roman army to mark the boundaries of the Roman Empire.
The Romans had communal toilet spaces, sometimes shared by 30 people.
A look at how the Romans kept themselves and their clothes clean.
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