But with the Roman invasion (I century AD), simple villas began to appear. They had only four or five rooms. The Britons wanted to imitate the lifestyle of the Romans. The Britons learnt the new building techniques from Gallics, so the ancient British villas are similar to Roman houses in The Gaul.
The farms had animals such as: pigs, sheep, goats, horses and dogs. These animals produced food, leather, and wool. Also fruits and vegetables grew (including some like cherries and peas ) brought by the Romans. Romans brought the typical British Sheep too.
Salvius was born in Italy (I century AD). He was an intelligent man. He became a lawyer and later he was a Roman senator. Salvius travelled to Britania to help Agricola, the Roman Governor of this province.
Agricola was governor of Britain. He finished the conquest (77-84 BD) , He was very famous and important in Britain.
In Britain, Salvius and his wife Rufilla lived in an large villa near to the Sussex coast. Nowadays , we know that Salvius lived in Britain, because we have some pieces of information about him: his name and life are inscribed in a commemorative stone discovered in this century.