Cassivellaunus
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Cassivellaunus

Chief of the Catuvellauni tribe in the 1st century B.C. His tribe were responsible for the stiff resistance found by Julius Caesar in 54 B.C. Following his defeat by the Romans he was made to sign an agreement to limit his tribes expansion. He was the first Briton to have his name recorded.

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