the warrior queen who fought her terrible, unavailing struggle against
the might of Rome. The queen’s name was not Boadicea - a spelling
mistake in an influential renaissance manuscript - but Boudica, which
means Victoria or victory.
"Boudica, queen and High Priestess of the Iceni tribe. She was very tall, the glance of her eye most fierce; her voice harsh. A great mass of the reddest hair fell down to her hips. Around her neck was a large golden necklace, and she always word a tunic of many colours over which she fastened a thick cloak with a broach. Her appearance was terrifying." (Dio Cassius)
wolf and the hare representing courage and speed, were her totem animals.
She would often ride into battle with a hare in her chariot. She had
two daughters who fought and died with her.