Cartimandua

Her name may be a compound of the Common Celtic roots *carti- `chase, expel, send` and *mandu- `pony`. ==History== Although Cartimandua is first mentioned by Tacitus as in 51 CE, her rule over the Brigantes may have already been established when the Roman emperor Claudius began the organized conquest of Britain in 43: she may have been one of ...
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Cartimandua

Cartimandua (kär"timăn'juwu) , fl. 1st cent. A.D., British queen of the Brigantes. Ruler of the largest and most powerful tribe in Roman Britain (inhabiting the area that is now Yorkshire), she surrendered Caractacus to the Romans (A.D. 51). The Romans supported her rule as a clie...
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Cartimandua

queen of the Brigantes, a large tribe in northern Britain, whose rule depended upon support from the invading Roman armies.[1 related articles]
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