Cassivelaunus


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Cassivelaunus

1st century bc, British chieftain, king of the Catuvellauni tribe, who organized resistance to Caesar's invasion of Britain (54 bc)
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He describes how the Romans built cities, lighthouses, bridges and roads, and he knew of the wooden stakes fixed in the Thames by Cassivelaunus during Caesar's invasion in 54 BC, which he describes as 'still to be seen'.
Crancod y traeth (Carcinus maenas) oedd y mwyafrif ohonyn nhw ond roedd 'na un nad oeddwn i erioed wedi'i weld o'r blaen, a'r cranc melyn neu'r cranc mygydog (Corystes cassivelaunus) oedd hwnnw ac mae ganddo bar o deimlyddion hir sydd tua dwywaith hyd y corff.
at the Celts of Cassivelaunus (who fight naked, Caesar