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Caledonia and its occupation under the Flavians

@inproceedings{Hind1983CaledoniaAI,
  title={Caledonia and its occupation under the Flavians},
  author={J. G. F. Hind},
  year={1983}
}
Tacitus mentions Caledonia and its inhabitants (incolentes populi; civitates), whom he calls Britons, four times in his De Vita Agricolae. Each time it is the area north of the line between the Forth and Clyde estuaries which is so designated (Agricola 10; 27). A number of separate peoples made up the inhabitants (Agricola 25; 29.4, to be taken together with 31.5). The picture is clear and internally consistent, and not inconsistent with the other sources, given that they are either very… 

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