Boudica’s Uprising

A statue of Boudica and her daughters
14GTR, CC BY-SA 4.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0>, via Wikimedia Commons

It was 43 AD, and the Roman Empire had set its sights on Britain, beginning its invasion in the south. Many tribes were annexed into the growing empire; However, the Iceni king, Prasutagus, remained independent by forging a political relationship with the Romans. Upon his death, Prasutagus left his kingdom to his two daughters and the Roman Emperor, Nero.

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A. Grace

A. Grace

Grace writes fiction & articles on various topics in the western U.S. She is also a photographer, dog mom, and nature lover! Buy her a coffee: Ko-fi.com/agrace