Differences Between 55BC And Julius Caesar

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In 55BC and 54BC, Julius Caesar brought the Roman Army into Britain. He made some progress although both attempts failed. After Caesar’s death, Claudius became Emperor in AD41. Claudius went on to conquer all of England, much of Wales and parts of Scotland. The Romans introduced a system of politics where the entire kingdom would be governed from one central town. The first Roman capital was Colchester but later became London. The Romans united all tribes into one kingdom but left tribal leaders to keep the title of “king” although they had no real power. The Romans brought their standard currency into the areas they conquered. As they gained more power, the tribes of Britain accepted the new currency because it made trading easier. This
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