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Best Answer kjforce says
thank you for choosing my answer...interesting question..have a great week-end
It goes without saying that history could have been different. If the Boston Tea Party hadn't happened, things would have been entirely different. Hadrian's Wall kept the savage Scots at bay; without it, the Romans would have fled.
The Scots were nowhere near Hadrian's Wall when the Romans were here. It was the Picts (the 'painted men') who occupied the land then. The Scots didn't arrive in 'Scotland' until after the Romans had gone and the Angles had landed in the north-east.
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