What the Romans Did for Us - Netflix

From frescoes to fast food, bridges to bikinis, the Romans brought us a variety of innovations that changed the landscape of Britain and the lifestyles of its inhabitants for ever. The Romans were mass-producers, capitalists and bureaucrats who during their 400-year stay in Britain built dozens of towns and miles of roads, leaving a fascinating and complex legacy that forms the basis of much of our technology today.

What the Romans Did for Us - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2000-11-06

What the Romans Did for Us - What the Romans Did for Us - Netflix

What the Romans Did for Us, is a 2000 BBC documentary series “looking at the innovations and inventions brought to Britain by the Romans”. The title of the programme is derived from the cult movie Monty Python's Life of Brian, referencing the famous scene where the People's Front of Judea discuss “What have the Romans done for us?”

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