The Roman Invasion of Scotland - Agricola's Campaign 79-84 CE (Battle of Mons Graupius)

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Ludvig Jungeström
by The SPQR Historian
published on 10 July 2020

The First Roman Invasion of Scotland lead by Gnaeus Julius Agricola. Note that our primary source of his campaign was written by Tacitus, who was Agricola's son-in-law, so a second-hand account, and very bias on at that. Tacitus clearly had a bone to pick with Emperor Domitian.

Sources:
Annals and Histories - (Tacitus)
https://amzn.to/2LfzPFB

http://www.battlefieldsofbritain.co.uk/battle_mons_graupius_ad83.html

Music and sound effects by Epidemic Sound:
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