During the conquest the Romans choose to carry out a policy of tribute, demanding the payment of a tax to the conquered villages in exchange for them to retain their own local authorities and be independent of the Empire.
The widow, furious, made a call to his warriors to avenge the outrage
Suetonius sent a great infantry attack through the center, and just as this began the cavalry launched fiercely against the British flanks.
Rome here i go
Come back, please.
After the battle, Boudica, the rebellious queen committed suicide by poisoning herself and leaving the road to Rome for the conquest of all of Britain.
The rebellion meant that many farms were left unattended and unharvested because the peasants went to war, many did not return and the Romans took revenge enslaving and requisitioning the grain, which probably generated a famine that affected the tribes involved.
Emperor Nero believed that Captain Suetonius's punishments were very hard, so he returned to Rome at the request of the Emperor.