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We are taking the Iceni tribe, submit to us, or your kingdom will be destroyed
I will not stand for this
Triovantes tribe! I have been flogged, my daughters raped, and our men have lost territory, and you will be next! We must revolt against the Romans!
We have ravaged Londinium, St. Albans, and Camulodunum! Victory will be ours!
Tacitus stated that Boudicca was not aristocrat avenging her lost wealth; she was ordinary, avenging her lost freedom, her battered body, and the abused chastity of her daughters.
In Leicester, Boudicca was forced into a field, preventing her from using her chariots to attack. The Romans, with better equipment, forced the Britons to retreat. The Britons had kept their families on the edge of the battle, preventing them from making a proper escape.
We must retreat!
After she was captured, according to Tacitus in his Annals, Boudicca poisoned herself; although in his earlier Agricula, he says she died from indolence (laziness). Dio says she fell sick and died.
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