Sunday, 11 June 2017

What Would The Two Ancient Queens Of Roman Britain Speak of if they had Met?




Ancient Britain in the year of 61 AD





The Iceni warrior queen is defeated by the Roman Army and Boudicca awaits her poison elixir. 

The Druids will make sure her corpse never falls into Roman hands. Her remains will be hidden forever and her name will echo in eternity.

Before Boudicca - the Iceni warrior queen could commit suicide, she had one final task. She would indulge an audience with a hostile queen. A treacherous friend of the Roman Empire. 


The two queens are bound by a devious plot from exiles in the north lands of Caledonia and decide to meet.

One a Monumental failure - the other was an obscure success who was forgotten from history.

Years later, in 69 AD, and during the year of the four emperors, Cartimandua will go into exile in Gaul. As she sits upon a jetty waiting for a Roman galley to take her away from Roman Britain. While passing the time, she indulges three Roman guards with her tale about the meeting with the legendary warrior queen.

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