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Antonine wall on Mythic Britain

Antonine wall on Mythic Britain

Postby xalabin » Wed Dec 07, 2016 12:48 pm

I assume that antonine wall doesn't exists on mythic britain.

What are your opinion?
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Re: Antonine wall on Mythic Britain

Postby loz » Wed Dec 07, 2016 12:55 pm

It does, it was simply accidentally left off the map.
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Re: Antonine wall on Mythic Britain

Postby soltakss » Sat Dec 10, 2016 9:13 am

Historically, the area between the walls seems to have been populated by a mixture of client kingdoms or Rome-friendly kingdoms, so not as savage and unrelentingly anti-Roman as the Picts. There was a lot of trade between these tribes and those south of Hadrian's Wall.

After the Romans left, these become the hub of a number of very strong British kingdoms, some of whom eventually fall to the Angles and some that remain independent until the Norman conquest.
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Re: Antonine wall on Mythic Britain

Postby loz » Sat Dec 10, 2016 10:02 am

Plus, the Antonine Wall was quite a half-hearted attempt at shifting the furthest boundary of the empire a little further north. It was sporadically garrisoned for only a few years at a time, and eventually abandoned quite a bit before the Roman exodus, so it was probably never taken too seriously by the Picts.
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