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How long did Romans occupy Ireland?

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2009-03-02 13:43:22
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They never occupied Ireland although there is a suggestion they were looking at the possibilty of doing so. There are Roman artefacts found around Dublin and the Town of Chester (then Deva) was one of the biggest forts in the whole empire. The only reason for this would be the conquest of Ireland. The Empire fell into civil war and then collapsed before they made a move on Ireland.

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