Pax Romana was the peace and consequent potential development brought by inclusion in the Roman empire. The lex Iulia de Vi Publica outlawing the carrying of weapons except when hunting or travelling was probably enforced in Britain. This did not abolish brigandage or invasion, but helped create stability.
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