Photo a Day - Queen Boudica

Queen Boudica was the ruler of the Iceni tribe back during the Roman occupation of Britannia. When her husband, Prasutagus died, she and her daughters were to assume join control of his kingdom as stated in his will. The Romans wouldn't stand for that however, and so they beat Queen Boudica and raped her daughters. Naturally pissed off by this, she gathered various tribes together and led them to Londinium (Which is London today), killing everyone in her path. When she and her forces arrived at Londinium, they slaughtered everybody there and then burnt the city to the ground

Tacitus says that the Britons had no interest in taking or selling prisoners, only in slaughter by gibbet, fire, or cross. Dio’s account gives more detail; that the noblest women were impaled on spikes and had their breasts cut off and sewn to their mouths
— http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boudica

 If you'd like to know more, here's the Queen Boudica Wikipedia page!

Way to stick it to the imperialists, Boudica.

Original post (with full sized photo) can be found at kylecameronphotography.com