Boudica Britannia: rebel, war-leader and queen

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Pearson Longman, Sep 28, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 286 pages
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An exciting blend of historical and archaeological discoveries brings the story of Boudica right up-to-date. Covers current topics such as ideological and culture clashes, war and humiliation Will provoke widespread interest among those with a general interest in British and ancient history as it deals with a key and crucial part of British history It is an exciting and gripping story that combines stunning archaeological developments and early documents to create a narrative as enthralling as a good soap-opera

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About the author (2006)

Miranda Aldhouse-Green is Professor of Archaeology at NewportUniversity. She has published fifteen books including "Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend" (1992), "Celtic Goddesses" (1995), "Exploring the World of the Druids" (1997, 2005) "Dying for the Gods" (2001) and "An Archaeology of Images" (Routledge, 2004).