battle of Medway

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A major battle of the Roman invasion campaign, it is identified only as having taken place at a river between the beachhead and the Thames, almost certainly the Medway. Auxiliary troops swam across and killed the British chariot horses, and legionaries under the future emperor Vespasian forced a crossing.

Subjects: British History.

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