Where Did the Romans Invade?

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The Romans had a vast empire back in 146 BC, and invaded several countries. The main countries invaded by the Romans were England. Wales, France, Spain, Greece, and the Middle East. The Romans had also conquered most of the regions of North Africa, which they were able to do after defeating the Carthagians.
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Julius Cesar led the Roman army to invade Britain in 55 B.C. Cesar was angry with Britain for their aide to the French when he invaded France.
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It was invaded by the barbarians, starting at 370 ad, and by 500 ad the western empire was gone, leaving the other half of the empire, the eastern empire (Diocletian split the empire
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German Tribes invaded the Roman Empire and the Slavs occupied the Illyrian
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i will answer your question The Britains were pretty barbaric. They didn't have any structure, or any leaders at that point. When the Romans came they modernised Britain forever.
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