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Provides a fresh consideration of Roman influence in Ireland, highlighting the common Indo-European roots of Roman and Irish culture. This book outlines the early influence of Latin on the Irish language, the Roman contribution to the shaping of Irish art and the crucial function of trade in opening new contacts between the Irish and Roman worlds.
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"A nondescript patch of land 15 miles north of Dublin has shattered one of Ireland's strongest myths. It indicates that the country was invaded by the Romans after all. Sunday Times, January 1996About the Author:
Vittorio Di Romano works at the International Labour Organisation in Geneva. A native of Rome he lived and worked in Ireland for ten years before moving to Switzerland. While ancient Rome has been the main focus of his classical studies, his time in Ireland and Switzerland provided an opportunity to study the Celtic world and its contacts with the Mediterranean world.
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