Gnaeus Julius Agricola

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Noun1.Gnaeus Julius Agricola - Roman general who was governor of Britain and extended Roman rule north to the Firth of Forth (37-93)
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Gnaeus Julius Agricola was one of the most important men in the first century AD in the long history of Rome's relationship--and wars--with the native peoples of Britannia.
The governor of Britannia, Gnaeus Julius Agricola, completed the Roman conquest of Wales by suppressing the Ordovices and capturing Mona (Ynys Mon/Anglesey) in AD 77.
Gnaeus Julius Agricola subdued the Selgovae, evicted them from the hilltop fortress and, in its place, built a signal station.