The objective is to find the actual battlefield where Boudica fought her last battle against the legions. If you're interested in history, archeology or just curious about the subject we're discussing and would like to help, please get in touch with me. Furthermore, if you're from a university, or similar institution who'd like to add any relevant information to this site please use the contact page.
Please note this website is being constantly updated. Readers have requested adding some hyperlinks (blue) to give others a clearer picture of some of the key people mentioned on the site without them navigating to various sites looking for further information.
Those with a firm knowledge of the histories of the Britons will undoubtedly have a great deal of information available to add to this web site. I may make the site dynamic with a free membership scheme where scholars, historians and, archeologists can login and discuss their methods, and ideas privately amongst themselves. I will also create social media pages where ideas can be exchanged freely in the public domain.
I have tried to keep the information on these pages basic in the hope they don't alienate those without any knowledge of the Romans in Britain 2000yrs ago. Therefore, the bare minimum without much in the way of the political situation both in Rome and to an extent Britain has been omitted. Otherwise the web pages would go on forever and undoubtedly be a focus of arguments with differing opinions on what is correct or incorrect. There are plenty of books available on the subject via the web for the curious to browse. Again, thank you all for your time, and let us all hope the mystery location of the Boudica's battlefield is finally solved in due course.Much thanks to Dorell Hanson of Birmingham England. R.I.P beautiful. Thank you so much for your inspiration goddess.
Trying to solve this mystery costs time and money, so if you'd like to make a small donation to the cause it would be much appreciated.