Causes of the Boudiccan Revolt (references to modern and ancient historians as well as archaeological evidence).
The Boudiccan Revolt of 60 AD was a monumental event in Celtic and Roman history, which explains our historical fascination as to why and how the Revolt was propagated. When looking for a distinct cause one would perhaps immediately pinpoint the mistreatment of Boudicca and her daughters however there is a multitude of contributing factors, including: Roman oppression; humiliation of invasion and dictatorship; overwhelming Celtic pride resulting in severe hatred of anything Roman; Financial issues caused by exploitation; and perhaps also food shortages. All these factors are justified by a…
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