Boudica: The British Revolt Against Rome AD 60

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Psychology Press, 1993 - History - 152 pages
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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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The main title of this book is very misleading. The subtitle is a more proper title. Boudica is only mentioned in passingon a few pages. The majority is about the history of the Romans in Britain. Read full review

Contents

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
7
INTRODUCTION
13
The Opposing Forces and the State of Britain 54 BC
24
Britain between the Invasions 54 BCAD 43
38
The Conquest of AD 43
54
The Storm Breaks AD 60
86
The Evidence from the Ground
103
The Trail of Destruction
113
EPILOGUE
129
REFERENCES
135
BIBLIOGRAPHY
141
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Graham Webster is one of Britain's most eminent archaeologists, with a long and distinguished career which earned him an OBE. He has directed major excavations at Romano-British sites and has specialised in Roman Britain and the Roman imperial army.

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