🎧 Boudica: Through Roman Eyes
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The Iceni warrior who led a revolt against the Roman Empire around 60 AD often stands alone in our memory of Ancient queens in Britain, but in this episode we explore Boudica’s portrayal in comparison to her contemporaries. In this second half of Tristan’s chat with Caitlin Gillespie, author of ‘Boudica: Warrior Woman of Roman Britain’, she also examines Boudica’s legacy, and the outcome of her revolt.
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