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Published on November 13, 2008

Author: vacoka

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History of Boudicca, Celtic queen.
The letter K on the background was a celtic sign, but I do not have the font anymore.
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k BOADICEA

East Anglia Agreement between the Iceni and the Romans. The Romans let them rule over their own lands. In return, they gave the Romans money and did not cause any trouble. -Nero was the emperor at this time.

Agreement between the Iceni and the Romans. The Romans let them rule over their own lands. In return, they gave the Romans money and did not cause any trouble.

-Nero was the emperor at this time.

- 48- 49 AD: The king of the Iceni, Prasutagus, married Boudicca. -They had two daughters.

-AD 60- Prasutagus dies. -Half of the king’s will to the Romans. -Romans interpreted it as a sumission to the Roman state. -Boudicca protests. -Daughters raped and Boudicca flogged by the Romans.

Queen Boudicca raised the Iceni and the Trinnivantes tribe in revolt against Romans.

She formed an army of over 100.000 warriors: Men and women.

-Naked + swirly patterns on their skins with blue body paint called woad . -Swords, spears, shields and helmets.

Three cities were burnt: Camulodunum (Colchester) Londinium (London) -Verulamium (Saint Albaus)

Camulodunum (Colchester)

Londinium (London)

Final Battle: -Boudicca confronts Suetonius. -Celts are defeated. -Boudicca scapes.

-The rebels that scaped continued fighting against Romans. -Boudicca kills herself with poison.

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Boadicea Queen of the Iceni

Activity Boudicca is flogged and her daughters raped by the Romans. Three cities are burnt: London, Colchester, Saint Albans. King Prasutagus dies, Romans want to take over the Iceni. Celtic warriors went to war naked and painted their skins with swirly blue patterns. Boudicca confronts Suetonius. The Iceni loose the battle. Boudicca runs away and kills herself. Boudicca forms an army to fight against the Romans The Celts lived in East Anglia, Britain. King Prasutagus marries Boudicca. Arrange the statements in the correct chronological order. The Celts lived in East Anglia, Britain. King Prasutagus marries Boudicca. King Prasutagus dies, Romans want to take over the Iceni. Boudicca is flogged and her daughters raped by the Romans. Boudicca forms an army to fight against the Romans. Celtic warriors went to war naked and painted their skins with swirly blue patterns. Three cities are burnt: London, Colchester and Saint Albans. Boudicca confronts Suetonius. The Iceni loose the battle. Boudicca runs away and kills herself.

Boudicca is flogged and her daughters raped by the Romans.

Three cities are burnt: London, Colchester, Saint Albans.

King Prasutagus dies, Romans want to take over the Iceni.

Celtic warriors went to war naked and painted their skins with swirly blue patterns.

Boudicca confronts Suetonius.

The Iceni loose the battle.

Boudicca runs away and kills herself.

Boudicca forms an army to fight against the Romans

The Celts lived in East Anglia, Britain.

King Prasutagus marries Boudicca.

The Celts lived in East Anglia, Britain.

King Prasutagus marries Boudicca.

King Prasutagus dies, Romans want to take over the Iceni.

Boudicca is flogged and her daughters raped by the Romans.

Boudicca forms an army to fight against the Romans.

Celtic warriors went to war naked and painted their skins with swirly blue patterns.

Three cities are burnt: London, Colchester and Saint Albans.

Boudicca confronts Suetonius.

The Iceni loose the battle.

Boudicca runs away and kills herself.

k The End

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