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What the Romans Did for Us

> What the Romans Did for Us on BBC Four at 2009-05-25 19:30:00
5/6. End of Empire: The innovations and inventions that the Romans brought to Britain. Adam Hart-Davis explains that the Saxons were the new invaders following the Romans' departure.

> What the Romans Did for Us on BBC Four at 2009-05-25 18:30:00
5/6. End of Empire: The innovations and inventions that the Romans brought to Britain. Adam Hart-Davis explains that the Saxons were the new invaders following the Romans' departure.

> What the Romans Did for Us on BBC Two at 2006-02-16 11:00:00
Ahead of Their Time: Adam looks at the entertainment that the Romans laid on to keep the citizens of the Empire content including the hydraulis, the first ever keyboard instrument.

> What the Romans Did for Us on BBC Two at 2006-02-14 11:00:00
Edge of Empire: Following in the footsteps of the advancing Romans, Adam Hart-Davis reaches Hadrian's Wall; the monument that for 300 years marked the northern edge of the empire.

> What the Romans Did for Us on BBC Two at 2006-02-13 11:00:00
Arteries of the Empire: Using ancient surveying tools, Adam Hart-Davis discovers how Romans constructed their roads with precision over such long distances.

> What the Romans Did for Us on BBC Two at 2006-02-08 11:00:00
Building Britain: Adam Hart-Davis looks at innovative farming methods and the creation of our first cities, all thanks to the Romans.

> What the Romans Did for Us on BBC Two at 2006-02-01 11:00:00
Invasion: Adam Hart-Davis investigates the military equipment that was the key to the Romans' success. He also discovers how professional cavalry and foot-soldiers were trained for battle.

> What the Romans Did for Us on BBC Two at 2006-01-29 13:00:00
Life of Luxury: Adam Hart-Davis investigates the lavish lifestyles of the Romans, visiting a villa at Fishbourne, taking in a famous bath complex in Bath and enjoying Roman cuisine.

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