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Momentous changes have occurred in recent years in our understanding of the Roman conquest in North-West England of frontier-development, of the interface between Romans and Britons and, perhaps most dramatically, of what we once called the 'end of Roman Britain'. New sites have emerged, and new excavations have taken place, some of which enhance accepted perceptions, whilst others revolutionise them. Some old questions are being answered; new challenges emerge. That is the excitement of the subject of this new substantially revised and expanded edition of Romans and Britons in North-West England.