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The Romans introduced new vegetables: asparagus, beetroots, broad beans, non-wild cabbages, carrots, celery, endives, garlic, ground elder, leeks, lettuce, onions, radishes, turnips, shallots. They introduced many herbs, such as alecost, bay, chervil, coriander, rosemary, thyme and savoury mint and herbs that were used in brewing and for medicinal purposes.

The Romans also introduced new breeds of farm animals and game: white cattle, brown hare, chickens, doves, guinea fowl, pigeons, pheasants, and a new type of rabbits from Spain were probably introduced as farmyard animals. The fruit they introduced included apples (as opposed to crab apples), grapes, sur cherries 9as opposed to wild cherries), mulberries and Pears. Walnuts and sweet chestnuts were also introduced.#

Plants which were introduced by the Romans, but went out of use were mallow, fat hen and orache. The Romans also introduced more efficient agricultural methods and encouraged the development of orchards. Their trade in fish made eating fish more common in the inland areas. They also brought new and more productive grains and bread became important in the British diet.

The Romans also built roads, bridges, aqueducts, public baths, sewers, fortifications,temples and public buildings (basilicae). They also brought Roman coins, which made the economy of Roman Britannia more monetarised and commercial. The imported amphorae, glass, other handicrafts wool and oysters . They exported salt and metals from from Britannia. This province greatly benefitted economically from becoming part of the Roman Empire.

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there was lots of differet types of changes such as social economic political and religious. The romans built catherdrils built motte and baily castles dooms day book they made barrons and each barron owned a bit of land etc

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cats Aqua ducts PS this is a way of getting fresh water.wine grapes peas education

also they gave us libaries, the calendar,clocks and roads :)

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Baths among other things like Hadrian's wall. court systems.... William the Conquerer

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by adding baths, roads and a higher level of defence from invading nations

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Not so amazingness

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food and rules

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