Roman Britain

Roman Britain

Themed school trips to Vectis Insula (the Isle of Wight!)

The Roman name for the Isle of Wight was Vectis Insula, and the Island was home to many examples of Roman architecture including at least seven villas, two of which are preserved for visitors today, and a third has been catalogued and re-buried for eventual excavation.

The Romans occupied the Isle of Wight for nearly 400 years, and the Island was an agricultural centre.

Why not have a Roman Themed Isle of Wight school trip?

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