Liuerpul is the original name of Liverpool in the 12th century. But the earliest traces of history date back to the first Century BC before the Roman invasion. Native Iron-age farms in Liverpool had agriculture, pottery, vessel making, and metallurgy as the main professions. Spinning, corn grinding, wooden works, and spindle works were the secondary professions. Brythonic was the oldest Celtic language spoken by the natives here. Leather was the main dress material for the natives. They used the skins of buffaloes, cows and sheep by hand stitching and altering.
The arrival of Romans seemed to have a big impact on the lifestyle of Liverpool people. Agriculture, animal farming, cottage industries, wool spinning, bronze and metal casting were started within Liverpool. Pottery was used as the main source for making household vessels. It was the time when Liverpool natives were introduced to the luxurious woollen and silk dress materials from Rome. Jewellery was also introduced for the first time.
According to historians, Roman coins were also brought into Liverpool to be used in trading and commerce. People started wearing shoes and protective footwear made from leather and wool. Liverpool started modernizing with the growth of the Roman Empire and influence.
End of Roman Empire in 410AD saw the rise of Anglo-Saxon era in Liverpool. According to historians, they arrived in large ships from across the North Sea. They consisted of Saxons, Jutes, and Angles. They brought the era of advanced metallurgy, jewellery, glass, tallow lamps, garnet, Quartz, Iron, dyes for woven clothes, weaving looms, and plenty of other everyday usage devices.
The Anglo-Saxon era duration was for a period of 600 years till 1066. English literature saw great improvements. They introduced drama, poetry, classical music, biblical poetry, and many other forms of literature. The present-day modern English is believed to originate from the roots of German, Saxon, and other related languages.
Modern Liverpool started its roots from Scientific and industrial revolution from 1473 to 1543 and 1760 to 1840 respectively. The discovery of fossil fuels like petroleum and the invention of electricity in 1879 changed the modernization phase from that time. Liverpool started its journey on the path to become a modern city.