Tag: Vellocatus

Venutius

Venutius was a notable figure in the 1st-century history of northern Britain, known primarily as the king of the Brigantes during the Roman conquest. The following text summarises what we can potentially understand about him, and tries to tie him to places and other possibilities that are not supported by the historical record. At the end of the section, what records to exist are explained.

A splintered path

An AI generated image depicting Caratacus telling stories round a camp-fire. To illustrate and article about Iron Age Brigantia on brigantesnation.com

Vellocatus suggested the next instalment of his story should recount some of the background information relating to events leading up to the grand gathering at Thornborough.

Stories of Brigantia

An image of an ancient tribal gathering, ai generated. To illustrate an article on brigantesnation.com

A series of articles about potentially fictitious events in the deep past of Brigantian history.

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