Boudicca and The Romans
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Approximately, when did Boudicca revolt?
Which is the order of these TRUE events?
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Boudicca is captured, and swallows poison
Boudicca's husband dies and Romans take her land
London is destroyed
She destroys Colchester
Who are the two most famous Roman scribes writing about Boudicca's Revolt?
Shakespeare and C.S Lewis
Dio and Tacitus
Mario and Roster
Marcus Antonius and Nero
What was Boudicca's husband's name?
Boudicca was a fearsome and mighty warrior, but which of the below were her tribe?
Which are the main places Boudicca destroyed?
Dublin, Aberdeen, and London
Gloucester, Sheffield and St. Albans
Lincoln, Colchester, and London
Colchester, London and St. Albans
How many children did Boudicca have, and what gender were they?
10 males and 3 females
3 males and 2 females
One of the reasons Boudicca attacked Roman cities is that she was provoked. Which one of these things are real ways she was provoked?
Her servants were murdered
She was whipped and put in the stocks while watching her daughters being raped
Her clothes and food was stolen
She was stabbed, but not fatally.
Which formation did the Roman army use to help defeat Boudicca?
Who was the governor of Rome at the time of Boudicca's revolt?
Before her husband died, what did he think of the Romans?
He liked them and was friendly with them
He was locked in a battle with them
He had no opinion
He had never met them
Around where was Boudicca and her tribe based?
What language did the Romans speak?
How many men did the Roman army have in the final battle against Boudicca?
How many men, women and children did Boudicca have fighting for her during the final battle?
Another reason Boudicca was mad at the Romans was because they killed some very special and sacred people belonging to Britain. But what were they called?
What were the Roman names for Colchester, St. Albans and London?
Colundum, Albanus and Londum
Camulodunum, Verulamium, and Londinium
Colcestorius, Veraubus, Londinius
Colchestus, Alestus, and Londinus.
What was another name for the Celts?
Boudicca's warriors were deadly. How did they dress to battle?
Sometimes naked, with a necklace and blue paint.
Nothing at all
What is a true description of Boudicca?
Ugly with rotten teeth and lank hair.
Very beautiful with long blonde curls.
Gorgeous, with deep, fierce red hair.
Deeply uncivilised and unattractive.
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