Claudius Essay | Claudius' Decision To Invade Britain Influenced by Events

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Claudius' Decision To Invade Britain Influenced by Events

Summary: Evaluates the invasion by Claudius on Britain and the effect his predecessors had.
Erected by the Senate and People of Rome, because he accepted the surrender of eleven British kings, without incurring any Roman losses, and because he was the first to subject barbarian tribes across the ocean to the rule of the Roman People.' This statement is written on an archway in Rome about Emperor Claudius. He was the first Roman Emperor to conquer but wasn't the first that invaded. There were many different reasons why Claudius wanted to invade Britain nearly 100 years after Julius Caesar's first attempt.

Many of the reasons why Claudius wished to invade were due to previous events in Britain. The first Roman General to Invade was Julius Caesar in 54 BC. When he invaded, Britain was off the edge of the known world and believed to be inhabited by people `more primitive and Barbarous'. Caesar knew very little about...

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