by Richard A. FletcherMaking an early appearance in this volume are the first Roman invader of Britain, Julius Caesar, whose campaigns in 55 and 54 B.C. are succinctly described; Boudicca, the Iceni queen whose rebellion nearly ended the Roman occupation only seventeen years after the Emperor Claudius's conquest. Later figures are Bede, "the earliest and most influential of all English historians"; and King Canute, the Danish monarch famed for his failure to hold back the sea actually a demonstration to his sycophantic courtiers of the weakness of his powers compared to God's.
|Title||Who's Who in Roman Britain|
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|Author||Richard A. Fletcher|
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