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The time before the Romans came to Britain in AD 47 is referred to as prehistory because it’s before the written word came to these islands. This implies that we don’t know much about what happened in the ‘dim and distant past’. In fact, we know a great deal…

Wales, of course, didn’t exist in the way we understand it today. There was no Wales/England border; more to the point, Great Britain was still attached to mainland Europe, before sea levels rose and we became an island nation.