Starbeck Education
 

Specialist supplier of inexpensive, exciting & unusual artefacts.

Roman Artefacts

A wide range of artefacts and teaching resources to help your study of Ancient Greece in your KS1, KS2 and Primary school setting.

Roman Value Box

Roman Value Box

VB_136

Roman Starbox

Roman Starbox

SB_200

Roman Bargain Box

Roman Bargain Box

BB_105

Roman Spoon

Roman Spoon

RM_107

Roman Armour

Roman Armour

RM_136

Small Shield

Small Shield

RM_204

History Heroes - Romans

History Heroes - Romans

WG7839

Mosiac Blocks

Mosiac Blocks

RM_103

Incense Burner

Incense Burner

RM_102

Fibula

Fibula

RM_111

Roman Helmet

Roman Helmet

RM_120

Large Roman Empire Flag

Large Roman Empire Flag

RM_168

Roman Galley

Roman Galley

RM_143

God of Blacksmiths

God of Blacksmiths

RM_164

God of Wheelwrights

God of Wheelwrights

RM_177

Pair of Plaques

Pair of Plaques

RM_181

Mini Gladiator Helmet

Mini Gladiator Helmet

RM_140

Dig for Coins

Dig for Coins

RM_129

Legionare's Shield

Legionare's Shield

RM_130

Sponge on Stick

Sponge on Stick

RM_125

Clay Oil Lamp

Clay Oil Lamp

RM_150

Roman Coin Collection

Roman Coin Collection

RM_110

Boy's Leather Shoes

Boy's Leather Shoes

RM_180

Children's Marbles

Children's Marbles

RM_122

Large Map

Large Map

RM_148

Wine Glass

Wine Glass

RM_127

Glazed Dish

Glazed Dish

RM_141

Daily Life Cards

Daily Life Cards

RM_147

Mosaic Tiles

Mosaic Tiles

RM_300

Military Life Cards

Military Life Cards

RM_146

Toy Horse

Toy Horse

RM_184

Clear Vase - Snake

Clear Vase - Snake

RM_121

Mini Roman Helmet

Mini Roman Helmet

RM_114

Hadrian Bust

Hadrian Bust

RM_144

12 x Caesar Coins

12 x Caesar Coins

RM_105

Leather Bracelet

Leather Bracelet

RM_137

Wax Writing Tablet

Wax Writing Tablet

RM_119

Roman Ruler

Roman Ruler

RM_113

Hadrian Coin

Hadrian Coin

RM_101

Pearl Pendant

Pearl Pendant

RM_123

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Why did the Romans invade Britain?

The Roman invasion of Britain could be the most significant event ever to happen to the British Isles. The Romans affected our language, our culture, our geography, our architecture and even the way we think.

Around 2,000 years ago, Britain was ruled by tribes of people called the Celts. But this was about to change.

For around 100 years (a century), the Roman army had been building an empire across Europe.

The Romans wanted Britain's precious metals gold, tin and iron – and its cattle.

A number of Roman emperors wanted the glory of conquering Britain and adding it to the empire.