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- noun Archaic form of
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Britaine, persuaded the emperour Claudius to take the warre in hand at this time against the Britains, so that one Aulus Plautius a senatour, and as then pretor, was appointed to take the armie that soiourned in France then called Gallia, and to passe ouer with the same into
Constantius a senatour of Rome began to reigne ouer the Britains, in the yeere of our Lord 289, as our histories report.