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Re: A History of Ancient Britain
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Howburn Digger wrote:

The Roman killing machine probably decimated the Caledonian population (the caledonian deaths at Mons Graupius were put at 30,000 by Tacitus) and their repeated miltary campaigns must have affected the cultures which had existed.

The real figures are likely to have been a fraction of that , as a historian he was bound to exaggerate the feats of the victors .

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24th February 2011ce

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