University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Athropology

Author: Hilary E. M. Cool

The Boudican Uprising and the Glass Vessels from Colchester

By: Hilary E. M. Cool

In AD 60 the town of Colchester, about 85 kilometers northeast of London (Fig. 2), was burnt to the ground and its inhabitants slaughtered during a native revolt led by the Oceanian queen Boudica. The remains of this early town are now buried 2 to 3 meters below the modern town, and so are not […]