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Celtic Ogham Few Information.
Ancient Irish Celtic Symbols Ogham Runes of Ancient ''Druid Spells, Incantations and Intentions'', ''Fewsets Basic'' Ancient Symbols of ''Higher Spiritual Power and Magic'' The Ancient Magical Language of The ''Ancient Celtic Irish Druids''. “Ogham Fews”, “Tree runes” or “Druidic Runes”
A rare 'Boudicea' glass mascot, by Red Ashay, British, 1930s, retailed by H G Ascher Ltd,
A rare 'Boudicea' glass mascot, by Red Ashay, British, 1930s, retailed by H G Ascher Ltd, in satin glass, depicting the Queen of the British Iceni Tribe in her war chariot being pulled by five horses, mouned within a correct nickel-plated split mount and above a turned wooden display base, 6½in. long.
17 Photos of History's Most Rebellious Women
<span style="font-size:medium;"><strong>Boudica, Britain</strong></span><br>In the 1st century A.D., Boudica, Queen of the Iceni rebelled against her daughters were raped and she was publicly flogged by Roman officials. Boudica led a coalition of tribes on a revenge mission and razed ancient London. Though her rebellion failed, she is remembered as one of Britain's original nationalist heroes.