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Caractacus before Claudius Featured 3 Jan 2017 Image

Caractacus before Claudius

Caractacus before Claudius. Caractacus was a British King who fought against the Roman invaders. The Romans won the battle by ambushing the Britons, capturing Caractacus's wife, daughter and brother. Caractacus sought the protection of Cartimandua, Queen of the Brigantes, but he was betrayed and she sent him, in chains, to Rome where he faced the Emperor Claudius. Whilst being led to the Emperor, Caractacus was impressed by the beauty of Rome, sentiments he passed on to Claudius along with his surprise that Claudius wanted to capture Britain, which was so poor compared to the greatest city in the world. Claudius was so flattered and taken aback at this bravery that he granted Caractacus his freedom.
circa 50 AD

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The Strand Roman Bath Reconstructed by Matania Featured 3 Jan 2017 Image

The Strand Roman Bath Reconstructed by Matania

The roman bath in the Strand, its probable appearance in antiquity envisaged by the Sphere artist and enthusiast in Roman antiquities, Fortunino Matania. After studying the bath in Strand Lane, Matania believed that the water coming from the spout was warmed by furnaces beneath the massive stepped erection on the right..
1922

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