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In 43 AD the emperor Claudius sent four legions to invade southern England. The Romans did not find a united opposition. The peoples of these areas were divided into several kingdoms. Some of them welcomed the Romans. Southern England had had diplomatic links with the Romans for quite some time. It is thought that Claudius wanted conquest to bolster his political position in Rome. He had been proclaimed emperor by the imperial guard which had murdered his predecessor, Caligula. Moreover, Gaul rebels often took refuge in Britain. Officially the troops were sent to restore Verica the king of the Atrebates, who had been deposed and exiled. There as a conflict in southern England. The Catuvellauni were expanding at the expense of the Trinovantes and the Atrebates.

The general Aulus Plautius won two battles in the southeast which were sufficient for victory. The Roman army was superior and the Romans effectively fought only against the dominnat people of the area, the Catuvellauni. Elven British tribes surrendered. The general Vespasian was sent to conquer the southeast of England.

The North of England was conquered later (in 78-79) by the general Agricola.

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The Romans conquered Western Europe up to part of central Germany, southeastern Europe (the Balkan Peninsula) the Middle East west of Persia (Iran) and Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the coastal part of the rest on North Africa.

The Roman Empire covered the following present day countries or parts of present day countries:

Western Europe: Italy, Malta, Spain, Portugal, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Holland south of the river Rhine, southern Germany and part of central Germany, Switzerland, Lichtenstein, Austria and England and Wales.

Eastern Europe: western Hungary, part of western Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia, Albania, Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova and a slither of western Ukraine.

Asia: Turkey, Cyprus, Armenia, northern Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Israel and Palestine, Jordan, and the northern part of the coast of the Red Sea in Saudi Arabia. Sometimes the empire also included the whole of Iraq.

Africa: Egypt, the coastal part of Libya, Tunisia, the coastal part of Algeria, and northern Morocco.

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The Romans invaded a lot of countries over the 1,200 years of their history . To know the year of a specific invasion one would need to know which country is being referred to.

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they really wanted to have a good time so they did enie meanie miy moe and got Europe

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The Romans invaded Britain

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