Celtic War Queen Who Challenged Rome

Donsbach, Margaret
April 2004
Military History;Apr2004, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p50
Presents information on Boudica, queen of the Iceni tribe in Celtic Britain. Family background; Details of the invasion of Britannia ordered by Roman emperor Claudius; Capture of the Catuvellauni and the Isle of Mona in 61 A.D.; Significance of the death of Prasutagus, Boudica's husband; Rebellions led by Boudica in Camulodunum, Londinium and Verulamium.


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