Boudica: The British Revolt Against Rome AD 60
Queen Boudica, leader of the Iceni, revolted against the Romans in AD60 only to have her efforts avenged by a humiliated Roman army. This lively and fascinating book examines in detail the evidence and theories which surround these events.
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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
The Opposing Forces and the State of Britain 54 BC
Britain between the Invasions 54 BCAD 43
The Conquest of AD 43
The Storm Breaks AD 60
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Adminius Agricola amphorae Anglesey appears Archaeology Atrebates Augustus auxiliary battle Boudica Britain British Britons bronze building burial burnt Caesar campaign Camulodunum Caratacus Cassivellaunus Catuvellauni cavalry Celtic centre century chariot chief Classicianus Claudius cohorts coins Colchester colonia colonists command Commius conquest Crop-marks Cunobelinus defences Derek Allen destruction difficult ditch Druids Dubnovellaunus early East Anglia Emperor enemy Epaticcus Eppillus equestrian evidence excavations force fragments frontier Gallic Gallo-Belgic Gaul Governor historian hoard horses Iceni Imperial important indicate inscription invasion Iron Age Kent king kingdom land large number legion legionaries London Lunt monument Museum Nero officer Paullinus period pieces possible pottery Prasutagus probably Province Revolt River Roman army Roman military Rome rulers Scapula settlement Severn Silures soldiers Suffolk suggests sword Tacitus tactics Tasciovanus temple territory Thames tombstone tribal tribes Trinovantes troops units Veranius Verica Verulamium veterans victory Warwick Rodwell Watling Street
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