Boudica - Warrior Queen of the Iceni

The bronze statue depicting Boudica , Warrior Queen of the Iceni - mistakenly labeled as 'Boadicea' - was erected in 1902 in London, near Westminster Bridge, on the north bank of the River Thames in the shadow of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. Interest in Boudica was limited until the 19th century, when it was sparked by the fact that 'Boudica' is the Celtic word for 'victory' - so the Iceni ruler was the very first Queen Victoria. ( Photo by Senior Airman Nick McNaughton)

PHOTO BY: Senior Airman Nick McNaughton
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