Roman Britain’s greatest rebel

In the AD 40s, the British king Caratacus led a huge revolt against Rome's occupying army. Miles Russell tells the story of a warrior who overcame massive odds to rock Britannia to its very core...

A statue of the British king Caratacus

This article was first published in the June 2017 issue of BBC History Magazine.

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