In one or two paragraphs, provide a summary of the lesson discussing the earliest settlers of Britain.
1) Summary one
The earliest settlers of Britain Summary one.
Britain, with its rich history of monarchies, industry and culture, holds a lesser-known story in its past. It's the story of how people came to be here at all and their struggle for survival in a dramatically changing environment. Mainland Britain: Britain was part of continental Europe until the end of the last Ice Age. In fact, large areas of Britain are covered in ice and cold weather is followed by the following summer. Almost 10,000 years ago, the last ice age was coming to an end. As a result, seas rose and Britain was separated from mainland Europe shortly before 6000 BC.
Continental Britain : Britain was part of the European Continent until the end of the last ice age. In fact, big regions of Britain were covered in ice with freezing weather followed by a warmer season,Iberians: the first inhabitants arrived from the Mediterranean via the Atlantic coast of Portugal, Spain and France (around 2,500 - 2000 BC), and expanded all along the west coast of Britain and Ireland.
Iberians : the first inhabitants of the Mediterranean from the Atlantic coast of Portugal, Spain and France (about 2500 - 2000 BC), spread to the west coast of Great Britain and Ireland. The so-called "Iberians" built huge stone monuments or megaliths (Stonehenge) in Salisbury Valley.
Stonehenge : Believed to be a place of worship or observatory. It was built between (3050 to 2300 BC) and is considered one of the most famous and most mysterious archaeological sites in the world. It is not known how it was built or for what purpose, The Iberians came to Britain from the Iberian Peninsula, I. yes, Portugal and Spain before
2) Symmary two
The earliest settlers of Britain Summary two.
The Celts : (700 BC - 43 AD) : After the invasion of the Iberians, the Celts from Central Europe arrived on the island mainly from the East and the South. As usual, the Celts killed and enslaved the Iberians, causing the Ibe-rians to flee to Scotland, Wales and Ireland. The Iberian lands were thus ready to take over and the Celts took advantage of the most fertile lands in south-east England, The Celts were highly skilled in the arts (skilled in metalworking but in contrast to agriculture). The most influential Celts were the Druids who were responsible for religion.
Roman invasion : The Roman invasion of Britain in 55 BC by Julius Caesar who crossed the English Channel, arrived at the Thames and won the harmo-ny of the local people and Rome and the area was conquered in the year (43 - 47 AD. They built roads, cities and castles. All cities ending in the suffix "ces-ter" such as Gloucester, Chester and others were founded by the Romans. Al-though the Romans represented Britain for a long time,. They left behind one language, which would become the modern Romance language family. Howe-ver,. The only reminders of their presence are place names such as Chester, Lancaster and Glouster, which include variations of the word 'Castra' meaning 'barracks'. Britannia to protect their territory from Scots and Pictish attacks.