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Padgett, J. There is always disruption following a revolution, coup or invasion, especially when it involves loss of life on a tragically epic scale. It is interesting, however, how quickly those that survive adapt, and attempt to continue as before. For the bulk of the population living in Britain through the Roman invasion of AD 43, the basic rhythms of life would have continued as normal. Fields were ploughed, crops grown, children and livestock reared.
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