What have the Romans ever done for Britain? Loads. This episode of History ticks off some of the ways Britain changed forever after the Roman invasion.
Any valuable things or money stolen by an army at war or by thieves.
A person who is legally owned by someone else and has to work for that person.
A chemical element that is a very heavy, soft, dark grey, poisonous metal, used especially in the past on roofs and for pipes and also for protection against radiation.
A chemical element that is a silver-coloured metal, often combined with other metals or used to cover and protect other metals.
Abbreviation for Anno Domini : a Latin phrase meaning "in the year of the Lord", which is used when referring to a year after Jesus Christ was born.
A fight or argument, especially a quick, noisy one about something not important.
• TO SOAK UP
To absorb or enjoy something.
• THE BULK OF
Most of something.
A small, round fruit with a smooth, usually red-purple skin, sweet flesh, and a single large seed.
A person or organization that owns a building or an area of land and is paid by other people for the use of it.
To cause or allow something to continue for a period of time.
Source: English Heritage