Boudicca s Revolt .


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. In AD 61 the Romans confronted their most difficult issue. The Celts were revolting. This happened in light of the fact that Prasutagus, the King of the Iceni tribe had died.Prasutagus had dependably been well disposed with the Romans, however his wife Boudicca did not concur with him.The Romans needed Boudicca to pay loads of duties and surrender her throne, yet she chose to battle back!.
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Boudicca\'s Revolt Who was Boudicca? Why did she oppose the Romans? Was her disobedience a win? What happened to her? Picture taken from www.e-gfl.org.uk

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Who was Boudicca? In AD 61 the Romans confronted their most difficult issue. The Celts were revolting. This happened in light of the fact that Prasutagus, the King of the Iceni tribe had passed on. Prasutagus had dependably been cordial with the Romans, however his significant other Boudicca did not concur with him. The Romans needed Boudicca to pay heaps of charges and surrender her position of authority, however she chose to battle back! Picture taken from www.e-gfl.org.uk

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Why did she defy the Romans? The Romans were requesting to be paid duties and they needed her to surrender her position of authority. Boudicca chose to battle back! Before long different tribes joined the Iceni armed force and they walked to Colchester - this was the capital of Roman Britain. Boudicca and her armed force then assaulted the town. They even torched a sanctuary where elderly fighters and families had been taking asylum. Next Boudicca drove her armed force to London. Here, they torched the city and murdered many the general population living there. Picture taken from www.bbc.co.uk

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Was her defiance a win? The Roman armed force was away in Devon and North Wales when they caught wind of the disobedience. The Roman General in Devon was excessively terrified, making it impossible to make a move and the General in Wales needed to walk the distance down to London. It required a long investment for him to achieve London. Boudicca had bunches of fighters however the Roman armed force were exceptionally composed and very much prepared. After a long, hard fight the Britons were vanquished.

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What happened to Boudicca? The Roman armed force was all around prepared and extremely sorted out. After a ruthless fight against Boudicca\'s men, the Romans were triumphant. Boudicca declined to be caught and live under Roman run so she drank harm and kicked the bucket.

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