Before the Romans the Kettering area, like much of Northamptonshire's prehistoric countryside, appears to have remained somewhat intractable with regards to early human occupation, resulting in an apparently sparse population and relatively few finds from the Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic periods.and over the next century a series of hillforts were constructed, the closest to Kettering being at nearby Irthlingborough.By the 17th century the town was a centre for woollen cloth.
The Catuvellauni were in turn conquered by the Romans in 43 AD.
This suggests that it may have been among the earliest Anglo-Saxon penetrations into the interior of what later became England.
The prefix 'Wic-' of the nearby village of Weekley may also signify Anglo-Saxon activities in the area; Greenall reports that it could be "an indication of foederati, Anglo-Saxon mercenaries brought in to boost the defences of the Empire." This was established imperial policy, which the Romano British continued after Rome withdrew from Britain around 410 AD, with disastrous consequences for the Romano-Britons.
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