Boudicca: Just Ruler or power Mongering Tyrant
Early In the days of Roman Britain, in the 1st century AD, there lived a warrior queen by the name of Boudicca. Flame-haired and proud, she ruled the Iceni. The lands she governed were located in what is now East Anglia; she had inherited them from her late husband, Prasutagus. When he died, he had left half his lands to Boudicca and her daughters, and the other half to the Emperor Nero, as a sort of payoff to encourage the Romans not to try and take any more.
The Romans, however, had other ideas. The Roman governor stole the remaining Iceni lands, flogged Queen Boudicca, and raped her dau…
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