ANNO DOMINI

Iron Age ends 47AD

🔵The Roman Era (27BC to 476AD)

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Roman Era 27BC – 476AD

500 middle ages

🔵The Roman Era (27BC to 476AD)

🔵Roman Britain

he next largest town was probably Colchester with a population of c.12,000.

⏰ 290 – 700

MIGRATION PERIOD IN EUROPE

30 BC romans conquor Egypt

In the 4th century Roman civilization declined and in 407 AD the last Roman soldiers left England. Afterwards the population shrank

It may have fallen to less than half its Roman level)

That may have been partly due to a terrible plague that struck Europe in the 6th Century).

However the Saxons never gained effective control of Cornwall

🔲The population of Ireland in 43 AD is not known but an educated guess is about 1/2 million. It was probably not more than 3/4 million.

Iron Age 750BC 

43AD Iron Age ends

🔵The Roman Era (27BC to 476AD)

🔵Roman Britainn43 AD the Romans invaded Britain 

The population of Roman Britain was probably about 4 million.Roman towns would seem small to us. London, may have had a population of only 35,000

The next largest town was probably Colchester with a population of around 12,000.

 

on Age ends

🔵The Roman Era (27BC to 476AD)

🔵Roman Britain

43 AD the Romans invaded Britain 

The population of Roman Britain was probably about 4 million.Roman towns would seem small to us. The largest town, London, may have had a population of only 35,000. The next largest town was probably Colchester with a population of around 12,000. Roman Cirencester may have had a population of 10,000.

⏰ 290 – 700

MIGRATION PERIOD IN EUROPE

In the 4th century Roman civilization declined and in 407 AD the last Roman soldiers left England. Afterwards the population shrank

It may have fallen to less than half its Roman level)

That may have been partly due to a terrible plague that struck Europe in the 6th Century).

400+ After the Romans departed Germanic peoples, the Angles, Saxons and Jutes landed in England and they gradually conquered it. However many Celts survived and were assimilated into Saxon society

However the Saxons never gained effective control of Cornwall

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