2003 The Conquest

Convention history gives the impression that Julius Caesar defeated the combined Celtic tribes under Vercingetorix in 52 BC and that the Celts and Romans then entered into an extended truce which lasted five hundred years until the final disintegration of the Empire. It is just not true!

There are even versions which propagate the idea that celtic integration with Rome was so great that Celts willingly left Britain, when Britain itself was under attack to fight for the Greater Rome.

It is possible to make a totally different interpretation, one in which the Celts never willingly gave up their independence and that a parallel Celtic Empire existed in one form or another during the wHole of the period of Roman rule.

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