Objects & Places from The Agricola; and the Germania;

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Britain - This place is an isle that was conquered by Claudius.

Germania - This place is mildly isolated by physical geographic features, and the author warned the Roman Empire to be cautious its people.

Rome - This place is the epicenter of the author's homeland.

Inhabitants of Germania - These people were described to equally love warfare and idleness with drink.

Emperor - This person had complete control over much of the military and government in Europe during the author's lifetime.

Inhabitants of Britain - These people were freedom fighters who learned to fight as a unit instead of in division.

Legions - This group of citizens had the finest weapons to help campaign, as well as defend the Roman Empire.

Auxiliary - These people fought under the control of the Roman Empire. They were from different cultural backgrounds and fought with their native weapons.

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