Romans in Britain: A tale of two queens

Join George Sharpley from the Latin Qvarter to explore Roman Britain through some of the original writings of the time.

The Romans were astonished to find women ruling tribes. Boudicca is the best known, whose turbulent time in power lasted only a few months, while her contemporary Cartimandua ruled the largest tribe in Britain and survived years of political trouble – including from her husband.

Spend a day looking at the early years of the Roman occupation of Britain, leading up to the explosive rebellion of the Iceni tribe.

The cost is £45 per person.  includes tea and coffee on arrival, all materials and entry to the Roman Place.  Places are limited – to book please telephone 01243 785859

Details

Start:
12/05/2018 10:00
End:
12/05/2018 16:30
Venue:
Fishbourne Roman Palace
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