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  • '''Caratacus''' (Greek '''Καράτακος''', formerly better known as '''Caractacus' Cunobelinus was dead by the time the invasion started. Caratacus and his brother [[Togodumnus]] led the initial resistance, but the Roman co
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  • '''Caratacus''' (Greek '''Καράτακος''', formerly better known as '''Caractacus' Cunobelinus was dead by the time the invasion started. Caratacus and his brother [[Togodumnus]] led the initial resistance, but the Roman co
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  • ...ebatum]] ([[Silchester]]). He was briefly succeeded by Cunobelinus's son [[Caratacus]], who issued coins very similar to his uncle's. Another of his sons, [[Adm ...stage Cunobelinus was dead, and the initial resistance was led by his sons Caratacus and [[Togodumnus]].<ref>Cassius Dio, ''Roman History'' [http://penelope.uch
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  • ...st.+3.45 3.45]</ref> Venutius took took up arms against her, and soon took Caratacus's place as the foremost leader of British resistance to the Romans. During
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  • ...and [[River Thames|Thames]]. Togodumnus died shortly afterwards, although Caratacus survived and continued to be a thorn in the invaders' side.
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