Britannia the Post Roman Years by Jose Riollano

Britannia: The Post – Roman Years (DRAFT 1) (360 – 710 AD)




After the last great Ice Age (10000 BC), the sea levels of the world started to rise.  Between 6000 and

3000 BC, the territories of Britain and Ireland, part of a northwestern Europe great land mass, became islands.   Grasslands and agriculture spread.   Due to the agricultural technological development three linguistic groups developed in western and central parts of the continent: Gallo-Brittonic in the west, Germanic in the northern-central region, and Romance thru the southern-central and the western Mediterranean zone.  A recent hypothesis says that island of Britain, long time before the Roman arrival (55 BC) Read more



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