Boudicca


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Boudicca:

see BoadiceaBoadicea
, d. A.D. 61, British queen of the Iceni (of Norfolk), properly called Boudicca. Her husband, King Prasutagus, died in A.D. 59 or 60, leaving half his property to the Roman emperor and half to his daughters.
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Boudicca

died 62 ad, a queen of the Iceni, who led a revolt against Roman rule in Britain; after being defeated she poisoned herself
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