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She was the Queen of Britons. Rome broke the treaty that was made by her husband and she, after her husband's death, led a revolt against the Romans in 60AD. In 62 AD she was defeated and commited suicide. Her name became a symbol of resistance to the Roman occupation.

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A famous but ruthless celtic leader rebelling against the Romans

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Where did boudicca find her poison?

It is not known for sure if Boudicca drank poison but in some stories it has been said she and her daughters drank hemlock. Some say she died of an unknown illness.


Is there a ghost of boudicca?

Yes there is a ghost of queen Boudicca. Her ghost has been spotted periodically throughout the years. Sightings of her have included in and around Theydon Bois (Essex) Iron age hillfort in the epping forest.Her daughters have also been sighted with her in this area. Boudicca and her soldiers are reported to haunt the icknield way in Ipsden (oxfordshire) along with some Roman soldiers. Other places where Queen Boudicca's ghost has been sighted include Cammeringham Lincolnshire in the area around Ermine street, where she travels around the village. Boudicca's ghost has also been seen at the Ambresbury Hillfort in Essex. There are numerous reports of her loitering in the area. So yes, Boudicca's ghost is still haunting Britain, maybe she has unfinished business or she can't rest because the Britons lost the battle with the Romans and she can't deal with it. It is hard to say....I guess that is a question that we would have to ask Boudicca herself.


Who was the king of the Iceni Celtic tribe?

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What was Boudicca famous for?

For being a British Celtic Warrior Queen --- Boudicca was a queen of the Iceni tribe in AD 61. She lead a revolt against the Romans after her husband died when they attempted to annex her territory. As punishment the Romans publicly flogged her and raped her daughters and called in loans that had been made by her husband. In reply Boudicca raised an army and marched toward Londinium (London). The Roman empire sent re-enforcements and eventually the revolt was put down at the battle of Wattling street. To prevent her capture Boudicca committed suicide.


Where did Boudicca march to?

next was Londinium (London) then Verulamium (St Albans)

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Why did Boudicca behave in the way she did?

to save her people and her daghters


How many people where in Boudicca's army and how many died?

Boudicca's army during the revolt against the Roman Empire is estimated to have had around 100,000 people. The number of casualties that occurred during the revolt is uncertain, but it is believed that tens of thousands died in the ensuing battles and aftermath.


Why did Queen Boudicca invade Romans?

Queen Boudicca did not invade the Romans. She revolted against them because they mistreated her and her people, including raping her daughters.


Was Boudicca a Celt or a Roman?

Boudicca was a Celt.


Is Boudicca Scottish?

Boudicca was not Scottish. She was English.


How long did the fight last between the Romans and Boudicca?

i think 1000 years befor .....


Where did boudicca get poison from?

Boudicca got the poison from a friend


How many daughters did Queen Boudicca have?

Queen Boudicca Was Born Around 25-30 CE. You can read more about her at the link provided below.


Boudicca was queen of the?

Boudicca was the Queen of the tribe called Iceni, the Iceni people were allies to Rome until the death of their king, in which the Romans tried to completely take over their land, when Boudicca refused, she was whipped and her daughters were raped. This was one of the causes of Boudiccas revolt.


Was Boudicca terrifying?

Boudicca was not terrifying to her own people. In fact, she was a hero to them. But she was terrifying to the Romans as she had no control over her so-called army and they rampaged and committed atrocities against the Romans.


Who was boudicca marrid to?

boudicca was married to Prasutagus, and Icenian king


Where did boudicca grow up?

Boudicca was born in Comulodunum (Colchester)