Cartimandua


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Cartimandua

(kär'tĭmăn`jəwə), fl. 1st cent. A.D., British queen of the Brigantes. Ruler of the largest and most powerful tribe in Roman Britain (inhabiting the area that is now Yorkshire), she surrendered CaractacusCaractacus
or Caradoc
, fl. A.D. 50, British king; son of Cymbeline. After the Roman invasion of A.D. 43, he led British resistance until defeated in A.D. 50. He was captured and taken to Rome. Emperor Claudius, admiring his courage, spared his life.
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 to the Romans (A.D. 51). The Romans supported her rule as a client-queen in order to stabilize the region and quell dynastic conflicts. She was overthrown in A.D. 69 when she repudiated her husband, Venutius, for his armor-bearer. The Brigantes were then subjugated under direct Roman rule.
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A battle from the reign of Queen Cartimandua was re-enacted by Lingdale Primary School pupils at Redcar's Foxrush Farm to mark the opening of a third annual excavation.
Eminent historians used to claim it was the stronghold of the pro-Roman Queen Cartimandua.
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Cartimandua, which had Monday's Naas runner-up Day By Day back in third place when scoring at Nottingham last time, might prove best of the three British challengers.
Crystany's fourth to Prohibit followed by a brave second to Cartimandua puts her bang in with a chance of landing this.
At Nottingham, Cartimandua can shrug off a near year-long lay-off to score in the Listed totetentofollow.
10) ran a cracking close-up third to Cartimandua in a Listed race at Haydock in June, but was not seen out again until Leicester 12 days ago.
Cartimandua, winner of the Time form Silver Salver later on the card, could also step up to Group company, although Ascot is unlikely to be on the agenda for Ed McMahon's three-year-old filly this time.
Sent off an 8-15 favourite under Ryan Moore, Medley was always in control as she stretched two lengths clear of Cartimandua to earn a tilt at the Princess Margaret Stakes at Ascot.
Guessing that nothing much at all would happen up there for another few years, Rudi felt free to suggest we ask the original owners, the de Lacis or even Brigantian Queen Cartimandua, what they might do with our famous lump.