A map showing the major Roman forts and roads in Wales.
The Roman Invasion of Wales
Early Roman Wales (c70AD - 200AD)
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This queen of the Iceni launched a rebellion against the Romans invaders of Britain
She burned London to the ground
She is rumoured to lie buried beneath one of platforms at King's Cross/St Pancras rail station
30 May, 1536
Henry VIII marries Jane Seymour
Henry's second wife, Anne Boleyn, was executed only 11 days previously.
His nickname meant 'ill council'
He gained the throne after his mother killed his half-brother, Edward the Martyr
The nickname was improperly translated as 'Unready'