'The Romans improved Britain and made it a far more civilised place' How far do you agree with this?

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'The Romans improved Britain and made it a far more civilised place' How far do you agree with this?
1 Building
1.1 Villas
1.1.1 Countryside
1.1.1.1 Farm Land
1.1.2 Decorated
1.1.2.1 Mosaics
1.1.2.1.1 Tiles
1.1.2.1.2 Stones
1.1.2.1.3 Floor
1.1.2.2 Paintings
1.1.2.2.1 Walls
1.1.3 Central heating
1.1.3.1 Hypocaust
1.1.3.2 Example
1.1.4 Large
1.1.5 Stone
1.1.6 Running water
1.1.6.1 Nearby spring
2 Roads
2.1 100 years- 10,000 miles of roads
2.2 All the roads go to rome
2.2.1 Except
2.2.1.1 Fosse way
2.2.1.1.1 South west - North east
3 Before Romans
3.1 Celts
3.1.1 Roundhouses
3.1.1.1 Mud
3.1.1.2 Stone
3.1.1.3 Straw
3.1.1.4 Very Basic
3.1.1.5 For the rich
3.1.1.6 Example
3.1.2 Hill forts
3.1.2.1 Defended settlements
3.1.3 Most were Farmers
3.1.4 Druids
3.1.4.1 Preists
3.1.5 Polytheists
3.1.5.1 Many Gods
3.1.6 One course meal
3.1.6.1 One pot cookery
3.1.7 Celtic language
4 Poorer people
4.1 Farmhouses
4.1.1 Rented
4.1.2 Not as comfortable
5 Language
5.1 Origins of English
5.2 English= 29% latin
6 Food
6.1 Wine
6.2 Fruit
6.2.1 Apples
6.2.2 Grapes
6.2.3 Pears
6.3 Vegtables
6.3.1 Cabbage
6.3.2 Turnips
6.3.3 Carrots
6.3.4 Peas
6.3.5 Cucumbers
6.3.6 Radishes
6.3.7 Asparagus
6.3.8 Garlic
6.3.9 Onion
6.4 Olive Oil
6.5 Walnuts
6.6 Sweet Chestnuts
7 Public Places
7.1 Shops
7.2 Heated Baths
7.3 Public Libraries
7.4 Parks
8 Animals
8.1 Cats
8.2 Rabbits
8.3 Pheasants
8.4 Peacocks
8.5 Guinea Fowl
9 People
9.1 Jobs
9.1.1 Street Cleaners
9.1.2 Police
9.1.3 Firemen
9.2 Appearance
9.2.1 Men- 1.68m
9.2.2 Women- 1.57m
9.3 Family life
9.3.1 Head- Father
9.3.1.1 Paterfamilias
9.3.2 In the family
9.3.2.1 All blood relitives
9.3.2.2 Slaves