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A tribe of ancient Britons inhabiting an area of SE England in present-day Norfolk and Suffolk. Their queen, Boudicca, led an unsuccessful rebellion against the Romans in ad 60.
- ‘He was the ruler of a British tribe called the Iceni, who had extensive territories in what is today East Anglia.’
- ‘Mothers ready to defend their children to the death are a common stereotype, while any notion that women are Stepford soldiers, caring and compliant, was challenged way before Boudicca headed the Iceni.’
- ‘Another Romanized town attacked by Boudicca and the Iceni was Verulamium.’
- ‘Boadicea was an earlier British queen, who led the Celtic Iceni in a two-year uprising against the imperial Roman army after her daughters were raped and she herself was flogged by soldiers.’
- ‘Boudicca was the queen of the Iceni, a Celtic tribe in Norfolk and Suffolk in eastern Britain.’
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