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Fiche exposés : La Première Guerre mondiale - enregistrer directement l'image via pinterest

La Première Guerre mondiale

Fiche exposés : La Première Guerre mondiale - enregistrer directement l'image via pinterest

Gallic oppidum. Oppidum is a Latin word meaning the main settlement in any administrative area. The word is derived from the earlier Latin ob-pedum, "enclosed space".

Gallic oppidum. Oppidum is a Latin word meaning the main settlement in any administrative area. The word is derived from the earlier Latin ob-pedum, "enclosed space".

Camelot? The Britons, who had been ruled by Romans, fought against the slowly encroaching Anglo-Saxons. This period of strife lasted for roughly two centuries after Rome left. In service to these martial needs, they rebuilt long-deserted Iron Age hill forts, occupied deserted Roman fortifications, and in some cases built new defenses. (Fortifications at Wroxeter, Shropshire circa 6th c - source: "British Forts in the Age of Arthur")

Camelot? The Britons, who had been ruled by Romans, fought against the slowly encroaching Anglo-Saxons. This period of strife lasted for roughly two centuries after Rome left. In service to these martial needs, they rebuilt long-deserted Iron Age hill forts, occupied deserted Roman fortifications, and in some cases built new defenses. (Fortifications at Wroxeter, Shropshire circa 6th c - source: "British Forts in the Age of Arthur")

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