Boudican revoltNorfolk, UK
The Boudican revolt was an armed uprising by native Celtic tribes against the Roman Empire. It took place c. 60-61 AD in the Roman province of Britain, and was led by Boudica, the Queen of the Iceni. The uprising was motivated by the Romans' failure to honour an agreement they had made with her husband, Prasutagus, regarding the succession of his kingdom upon his death, and by brutal mistreatment of Boudica and her daughters by the Romans. The revolt ended unsuccessfully after a decisive Roman victory at the Defeat of Boudica.