The Romans were great trend-setters of the ancient world. What they didn’t invent, they copied and adapted – transporting new ideas across the empire. When the Romans invaded Britain in AD 43, there was already a complicated tribal society in place – but few of the things we’d recognise in a modern civilisation. The impact of the Romans can be seen across England, from Dover to Hadrian’s Wall. And they still have an impact on our modern landscape and culture. Take a look at seven ingenious innovations that you’d find in Roman Britain.