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After the Romans departed, being recalled to face the invasions into Western Europe, they left rule to Romanised British kings, who fought amongst themselves and imported soldiers from the Germanic Angles, Saxons and Jutes. These soldiers realised the opportunity and imported more from their own tribes, and took over from the Britons.

Then came waves of Vikings to the east coast who, having looted it bare, settled there to make a living.

Then came the Normans (Norse Men), who were Vikings who, having looted northern France bare, had settled there (Normandy) to make a living. They took the oppportunity of seizing the south of Britain while more Vikings from Norway provided a distraction by invading the north of England (Angle Land).

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wait were the Vikings only invadeing in that time?
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First the kings who the Romans left in charge, then these were replaced by Germanic tribesmen which the kings had imported to help them fight their internal wars - the Angles, Saxons and Jutes.

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Officially, the Romans invaded and conquered Britain in 43 AD although there had been a strong Roman presence there years before. The emperor Claudius took the credit because as emperor he had to have some sort of military victory to raise his prestige at home. Caesar was there in 53 BC and there were Roman traders settling and doing brisk business for years before Claudius "conquered" the Brits.

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what happened to Britain once the Romans left Britain

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The Romans remained in Britain from 43 AD to 410 AD. That is almost four hundred years (four centuries).

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the jutes and the scots and Ireland

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When did the Romans invade in Britain?

Julius Ceaser invaded Britain in 54bc then just to check Britain out then invaded Britain properly in 45 AdJulius Caesar made two attempted invasion of Britain in 55BC and 54 BC, but was unable to stay due to supply problems and political concerns that made him return to Rome.In 43 BC the Romans invaded and conquered Britain.Southern England was invaded on the orders of the Emperor Claudius. It is thought that he wanted to use the glory of conquest to bolster his political position in Rome, which was shaky. The emperor Vespasian sent Agricola to conquer northern England because the main tribe there, the Brigantes, rebelled and attacked Roman positions. Agricola pushed into Scotland, but subsequently the Romans withdrew from there.


Which year did the Romans invade Britain?

The Romans invaded many countries. As far as the British Isles were concerned the new Emperor Claudius ordered an invasion in 43 AD. 40,000 Roman troops landed in Kent and occupied the southern part of what we now call England.


When did rome invade britain?

The Romans first invaded Britain in 55 BC under Julius Caesar. He had to withdraw and tried again the next year, but withdrew again. Claudius officially invaded Britain and made it a province in 43 AD. Between these two dates there was an active Roman presence in Britain. The future emperor Vespasian secured a lot of territory and made allies. There were troops and trading colonies in Britain long before Claudius made his "invasion" although the entire island was not subdued. Britain officially became a Roman province in 43 AD.


Who was emperor of the Romans in the year 300 ad?

the emperor in the time and years of 300 AD was Emperor Constantine


Why are the Romans called the great administrators?

The Romans were known as Great Administrator because according to my friend Lourdito Revidad, they were great conquerors during the time of general Titus that conquers Israel in the year AD 70.

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The year the romans invaded britain?

43.


When The Romans invaded Britain in?

The Romans first invaded Britain in 55 BC. In 43 AD they officially annexed it. In this nearly 100 year span, Romans were living in and trading with Britain.


Which year did Romans ivade the BRITAIN?

43 CE.


What year did the Romans go?

The Romans arrived in Britain in 100BC and left in 450AD,the 5th Century


What year did rome take over Britain?

The Romans officially took control of Britain in 43 AD.


What year did the Romans successively invade Britain?

The Romans attempted to invade Britain many times, however it started off as just political alliances and influences. However, the Britons were seen as barbaric and uncivilized so the Romans invaded and "romanized" Britain. There was a revolt and the rebel armies in Britain successfully overthrew the Romans.


What year did Britain leave WW1?

Britain left World War I in 1918 when the war ended.


In what year was the British empire biggest?

The Romans arrived in Britain in 55AD.


In which year did Greeks invaded Britain?

They didn't, the Romans did in 55 BC under Julius Ceasar.


What year did Britain force french to leave?

Britain forced France to leave 2 days after they arrieved becasue the French suck really bad in combat and have a FAIL of an army.


Which empire did Britain belong to until 410ad?

Britain was part of the Roman Empire from about the year 49 AD until about 410 AD. The Romans called it Britannia.


What was the date of the romans came to Britain?

Believe it or not, this is a difficult question to answer accurately. Julius Caesar first came to Britain in 55 BC and then returned the following year. Claudius invaded Britain and annexed it to the empire in 43 AD. In the almost 100 years during this time span, the Romans certainly had a presence in Britain. coins have been found dated 50 years before the big deal by Claudius and it is a known fact that the Romans had treaties with some of the tribes of southern Britain. However dates are not given.