Nearly two thousand years ago most of Britain was a settled province of the Roman Empire. But those in the north held out against the world superpower and insurrection flared across Hadrian’s Wall. So, in 208AD, the Roman Emperor Septimius Severus marched into Scotland with 40,000 men – one of the largest invasion armies Rome ever mobilised.
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