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Caradoc

Roman Invasion
Govenorship
Various sites
My Speculation
Opposing Forces
The Battle
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Dear Reader,

This article is based upon my own assumptions of where the last stand of the British chieftain; Caradoc (Caratacus) took place against the Romans in A.D.51. Its dependence on well-established histories, particularly the writings of the Roman historian Tacitus are fully acknowledged in the text, together with the works of other historians both ancient and modern. I have also included details of other speculative sites in the area, which will allow for comparison and conjecture.

It is my hope that the visitor to the beautiful Welsh Boarder region will not only reflect on the building of King Offa's Dyke, and the deeds of Owain Glyndwr, but will also take time to search out the sites of a sadly overlooked British leader who deserves a special place in the folklore of this historical landscape-Caradoc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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