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The Romans obviously conquered Ireland's nearest neighbor, Britain (at least the southern part of it), but they seem to have stayed away from Ireland, at least as far as I am aware.

Is this the case, and if so, why did they abstain from military involvement in Ireland, when they were already in Britain, only a few miles away? 

The Romans obviously conquered Ireland's nearest neighbor, Britain (at least the southern part of it), but they seem to have stayed away from Ireland, at least as far as I am aware.

Is this the case, and if so, why did they abstain from military involvement in Ireland?

The Romans obviously conquered Ireland's nearest neighbor, Britain (at least the southern part of it), but they seem to have stayed away from Ireland, at least as far as I am aware.

Is this the case, and if so, why did they abstain from military involvement in Ireland, when they were already in Britain, only a few miles away? 

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Did the Romans ever visitdeploy troops to, or try to conquer, Ireland?

The Romans obviously conquered Ireland's nearest neighbor, Britain (at least the southern part of it), but they seem to have stayed away from Ireland, at least as far as I am aware. Is

Is this the case, and if so, why did they avoidabstain from military involvement in Ireland?

Did the Romans ever visit, or try to conquer, Ireland?

The Romans obviously conquered Ireland's nearest neighbor, Britain (at least the southern part of it), but they seem to have stayed away from Ireland, at least as far as I am aware. Is this the case, and if so, why did they avoid Ireland?

Did the Romans ever deploy troops to, or try to conquer, Ireland?

The Romans obviously conquered Ireland's nearest neighbor, Britain (at least the southern part of it), but they seem to have stayed away from Ireland, at least as far as I am aware.

Is this the case, and if so, why did they abstain from military involvement in Ireland?

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Did the Romans ever visit, or try to conquer, Ireland?

The Romans obviously conquered Ireland's nearest neighbor, Britain (at least the southern part of it), but they seem to have stayed away from Ireland, at least as far as I am aware. Is this the case, and if so, why did they avoid Ireland?