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Boadicea Collection

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Boadicea (Boudica)

Boadicea (Boudica)
Boadicea (Boudica, 30-61 AD), a queen of the British Celtic Iceni tribe. Seen here in an imaginary Victorian illustration

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Queen Boudicca inciting the Britons to revolt

Queen Boudicca inciting the Britons to revolt
Queen Boudicca of the Iceni tribe inciting the Britons to revolt against Roman domination. circa 60 AD

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Boudicca with her two daughters

Boudicca with her two daughters
Boudicca, Queen of the Iceni Tribe, addressing her troops from a small chariot before going into battle against the Romans

Background imageBoadicea Collection: London in fog

London in fog - a real Pea Souper. The statue of Queen Boudicca of the Iceni on the banks of the River Thames at Westminster at is rended into dramatic silhouette

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Boadicea (As Forrest)

Boadicea (As Forrest)
BOADICEA (or Boudicca) Queen of the Iceni, encouraging the Britons to defend their country against the Romans

Background imageBoadicea Collection: BOADICEA (-62)

BOADICEA (-62)
BOADICEA (aka Boudicca) Queen of the Iceni, in her chariot

Background imageBoadicea Collection: BOADICEA (-62)

BOADICEA (-62)
Boadicea (variously spelt, eg Boudicca), Queen of the Iceni, wife of Prasutagus. Leader of a vigorous but doomed revolt against the Roman occupation of Britain. Date: - 62

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Boadicea leading Iceni revolt by Fortunino Matania

Boadicea leading Iceni revolt by Fortunino Matania
Boadicea (variously spelt, eg Boudicca), Queen of the Iceni, wife of Prasutagus. Leader of a vigorous but doomed revolt against the Roman occupation of Britain pictured with her daughters in full

Background imageBoadicea Collection: County Hall / Boadicea

County Hall / Boadicea
County Hall, with the Boadicea monument (concealed by a tree) Date: 20th century

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Engineers laying a new electric cable at Croydon Airport

Engineers laying a new electric cable at Croydon Airport in March 1935. Among the aircraft in the background are Boulton & Paul P71A, G-ACOX, Boadicea, of Imperial Airways; Short L17, G-ACJJ

Background imageBoadicea Collection: McLaren Road Locomotive number 1652, 'Boadicea'

McLaren Road Locomotive number 1652, 'Boadicea', reg. WF 1864 Date: circa 1960

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Britons, tattooed Caledonians and Queen Boudica

Britons, tattooed Caledonians and Queen Boudica
Ancient Briton with spear and shield, naked Caledonians with woad tattoos, and Queen Boudica with wooden chariot. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Verico from Giulio Ferrarios Costumes Ancient

Background imageBoadicea Collection: McLaren Road Locomotive Boadicea WF1864

McLaren Road Locomotive Boadicea WF1864
McLaren Road Locomotive, regn. WF1864 1652, Boadicea. Built in 1919 by J&H McLaren & Co. at Hunslet, powered by a 10 Nhp compound steam engine. Date: 1960s-1970s

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Big Ben and Boadicea Statue, London

Big Ben and Boadicea Statue, London Date: 1960s

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Boadicea, Boudica

Boadicea, Boudica

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Royal Navy Beagle Class Destroyer HMS Boadicea in 1930

Royal Navy Beagle Class Destroyer HMS Boadicea in 1930

Background imageBoadicea Collection: HMS Boadicea A Royal Navy Beagle Class Destroyer

HMS Boadicea A Royal Navy Beagle Class Destroyer probably 1930s

Background imageBoadicea Collection: McLaren Road Locomotive number 1652 Boadicea

McLaren Road Locomotive number 1652 Boadicea, reg. WF 1864, at Roxton Park on 15 September 1973. Date: 1973

Background imageBoadicea Collection: HMS Boadicea - a Boadicea-Class scout cruiser

HMS Boadicea - a Boadicea-Class scout cruiser
Royal Navy - HMS Boadicea, a Boadicea-Class scout cruiser built for the Royal Navy in the first decade of the 20th century

Background imageBoadicea Collection: BOADICEA (SINGLETON)

BOADICEA (SINGLETON)
QUEEN OF THE ICENI, After defeat by Romans (led by Suetonius). She later takes poison and dies. Date: ? - 62

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Pacific Class. 2. 4040 Queen Boadicea

Pacific Class. 2. 4040 Queen Boadicea
1. 111 The Great Bear, 4 cylinders 6-8 wheels, Pacific Class. 2. 4040 Queen Boadicea, 4 cylinders 6-8 wheels, 4000 Class. 3. 2034 Butleigh Court, 2 cylinders 6-8 wheels, 2900 Class. 4

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Romans in Britain - Ancient Britons and Boudicca

Romans in Britain - Ancient Britons and Boudicca, Stonehenge, cromlech or dolmen, pottery, stone weapons and tools. (1 of 4) 1st century

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Boadicea Haranguing the Britons

Boadicea Haranguing the Britons
Boadicea (Boudica, Queen of the Iceni) Haranguing the Britons. circa AD 60

Background imageBoadicea Collection: A scene from the Stoll film Boadicea (1927) Date: 1927

A scene from the Stoll film Boadicea (1927) Date: 1927

Background imageBoadicea Collection: A scene from the Stoll film Boadicea (1927) with Phyllis Neilson-Terry Date: 1927

A scene from the Stoll film Boadicea (1927) with Phyllis Neilson-Terry Date: 1927

Background imageBoadicea Collection: In 1935 the 88 year old, Edwin Crocker, known as the Telescope Man

In 1935 the 88 year old, Edwin Crocker, known as the Telescope Man, had completed 40 years at his pitch in front of the Boadicea and Her Daughters, bronze monument, at Westminster

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Boudicca, Queen of the Iceni

Boudicca, Queen of the Iceni
BOADICEA (known also as Boudicca) Queen of the Iceni, poisons herself after being defeated by the Romans Date: 62

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Big Ben (Elizabeth Tower), Westminster, London

Big Ben (Elizabeth Tower), Westminster, London
Big Ben (Elizabeth Tower), Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London, with one of the horses from the Boadicea statue in the foreground. circa 1966

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Boudicca, Queen of the Iceni censuring a Romanized Briton

Boudicca, Queen of the Iceni censuring a Romanized Briton
Boudicca or Boadicea, Queen of the Iceni, censuring a Romanized Briton. circa 60 AD

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Bronze statue of Boudicca and Big Ben - Westminster

Bronze statue of Boudicca and Big Ben - Westminster
Queen of the Iceni - This bronze statue of Boadicea (Boudicca), at the foot of Westminster Bridge, London, was sculpted in 1850 by Thomas Thornycroft. The iconic shape of Big Ben looms behind

Background imageBoadicea Collection: A scene from the film Boadicea (1927) with Phyllis Neilson-T

A scene from the film Boadicea (1927) with Phyllis Neilson-T
A scene from the Stoll film Boadicea (1927) with Phyllis Neilson-Terry Date: 1927

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Thames Embankment - Old Scotland Yard and Boudicca Statue

Thames Embankment - Old Scotland Yard and Boudicca Statue
Thames Embankment, London - Old Scotland Yard and Boudicca Statue - sculpted in 1850 by Thomas Thornycroft. Date: 1909

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Druid, Boadicea and British chieftainess

Druid, Boadicea and British chieftainess

Background imageBoadicea Collection: A scene from the film Boadicea (1927)

A scene from the film Boadicea (1927)
A scene from the Stoll film Boadicea (1927) Date: 1927

Background imageBoadicea Collection: HMS Boadicea, British scout cruiser

HMS Boadicea, British scout cruiser. Date: circa 1910

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Boulton & Paul P71A G-ACOX Boadicea of Imperial Airways

Boulton & Paul P71A G-ACOX Boadicea of Imperial Airways
Boulton & Paul P71A, G-ACOX, Boadicea, of Imperial Airways

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Boulton & Paul P71A G-ACOX Boadicea

Boulton & Paul P71A G-ACOX Boadicea
Boulton & Paul P71A, G-ACOX, Boadicea

Background imageBoadicea Collection: County Hall & Boudicca

County Hall & Boudicca
The magnificent front of County Hall, Westminster, which was designed by Ralph Knott, built between 1911 and 1922. Thornycroft statue of Boadicea is on the left. Date: built 1911 - 1922

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Statue of Boudicca, Westminster, London

Statue of Boudicca, Westminster, London
Bronze statue of Boadicea (Boudicca), Queen of the Iceni, at the foot of Westminster Bridge, London, was sculpted in 1850 by Thomas Thornycroft. Seen here with Big Ben towering above it

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Telescope Man - Westminster

Telescope Man - Westminster
A wonderful photographic postcard depicting Big Bens Telescope Man under the Boadicea Statue, Westminster. The statue was sculpted by Lord Thomas Thorneycroft (1815 - 1865)

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Statue of Boadicea

Statue of Boadicea
QUEEN OF THE ICENI This bronze statue of Boadicea (Boudicca), at the foot of Westminster Bridge, London, was sculpted in 1850 by Thomas Thornycroft

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Queen Boadicea

Queen Boadicea
Queen of the Iceni, wife of Prasutagus

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Queen of the Iceni

Queen of the Iceni
BOADICEA (or Boudicca) Queen of the Iceni, animating the Britons to defend their country against the Romans

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Boadicea & her Army

Boadicea & her Army
Boadicea, Queen of the Iceni, encourages the native Britons to defend their country against the Roman invaders

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Boadicea Statue

Boadicea Statue
QUEEN OF THE ICENI, Statue by Sir William Hamo Thornycroft, completed in 1901 and located on Westminster Bridge, London

Background imageBoadicea Collection: Boadicea

Boadicea, queen of the Iceni, wife of Prasutagus



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