Boudica was a warrior queen of the British Celtic Iceni tribe. She led an army of more than 200,000 men in revolt against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire in AD 60 or 61. She was passionately protective of her tribe, territory and her people. Her exact cause of her death is greatly disputed, yet she was given a lavish burial befitting of a revere heroine. She is remembered for her ardent attempts to free herself and her tribe from the Roman Empire, making a lasting impression of many aspects of history. Intricately sculpted in cold cast bronze, a process of mixing bronze powder with resin, the finish has authentic metal appearance. Her tunic is green and her hair is red with two braids in the front and worn loose, allowing her curly tendrils to freely fall. 10.25 inch high x 5 inch long x 5 inch wide. It’s a striking piece rich with Celtic symbols and a must-have piece sure to excite any Celtic history buff.
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10.25 in. High, 5 in. Long, 5 in. Wide
Expertly Crafted of Cold Cast Bronze, a Process of Mixing Bronze Powder with Resin to Give it an Authentic Metal Look
Intricately Sculpted Antique Bronze and Colored Finish Makes this Statue a Stand Out Piece
Impressively Detailed Statue Depicting Boudica in Battle Dress Taking a Passionate Stance Holding a Spear and Blowing a Horn, Calling Her Army
A Striking Piece Rich with Celtic Symbols and a Must-Have Piece Sure to Excite any Celtic History Buff