Native Resistance

Book 1, Chapter 3, 55 BC to 78 AD – Caractacus – Continued

Upwards of sixteen years had passed since the second arrival of the Romans, and yet the Britons appeared as unsubdued as ever. In spirit, they were more determined to resist, and such was the posture of affairs that the emperor Nero contemplated the abandonment of the island. At this juncture, Caius Suetonius Paulinus was appointed propraetors, one of the most warlike and skilful of the Roman generals, and his arrival was the commencement of a long series of successes, which ended in the full establishment of the foreign power. Ere this was accomplished, how-ever, many battles had to be fought, for the Britons did not yield until after a prolonged and fierce struggle.


Chapter 3, Julius Caesar

His Antecedents and Ambition

Resolves on Crossing from Gaul to Britain

First Visit 55 BC

The Return to Gaul

Second Visit 54 BC

Divisions Among the British Tribes

The Romans Withdraw

Chapter 3, Caractacus

Policy of Succeeding Emperors

Invasion Under Claudius 43 AD

Origin of Name Britannia

Proprietorships of Aulus and Ostorins

Native Resistance

Suetonius Conquers Mona

Revolt Under Boadicea

Capture of Londinium and of Verulamium

Chapter 3, The Romans Revenge

The Romans Revenge

Authorities



Categories: Book 1

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