Definition of Roman Britain in English:

Roman Britain

proper noun

  • Britain during the period AD 43–410, when most of Britain was part of the Roman Empire.

The frontier of the Roman province of Britain was eventually established at Hadrian's Wall; the more northerly Antonine Wall was breached and abandoned (c.181). Roman settlers and traders built villas, and Roman towns including London (Londinium), York (Eboracum), Lincoln (Lindum Colonia), St Albans (Verulamium), and Colchester (Camulodunum) were established or developed