Boudica will not be ignored
Prasutagus, king of the Iceni under Roman suzerainty, died in 60 CE and left his wealth between his two daughters and emperor Nero in an attempt to keep his family cared for after he was gone. But the Romans denied his wishes and annexed all of his kingdom. His wife, queen and trained warrior Boudica, protested, and was said to have been beaten and her daughters sexually abused.
Seeking revenge, Boudica led an uprising of rebels against the empire, laying waste to the Roman cities of Camulodunum, Londinium, and Verulamium, and massacring an estimated 70,000 Romans.