Historians have led us to believe that the last great battle fought between the Roman Legions and the ancient Celtic Britons, led by the warrior Queen Boudica during the winter of AD 60, occurred somewhere in the Midlands on the old Wattling Street.
The research provided in the book aims to question that this theory, which has been accepted as a historical fact, is founded on a mere idea with no evidence whatsoever to support it. The tribal people have also wrongly been branded Barbarians and a mindless marauding mob when nothing could be further from the truth.
It lays out the case with supporting evidence that this momentous event, which ultimately decided the future of Briton, instead took place in Flintshire, North Wales. Boudica and her Warriors deserve and demand that the truth be known and their extraordinary sacrifice be honoured. So did the Iceni Queen and Welsh Princess come home to fight the deadliest foe the Celtic people of Briton had ever encountered?
It is for you, the reader, to decide and Archeology to prove.