The Trinovantes or Trinobantes were one of the Celtic tribes that lived in pre-Roman Britain. Camulodunum is the Roman name for the ancient settlement which is today's Colchester, a town in Essex, England. Colchester ( /ˈkəʊltʃɛstə/ is a town and the largest settlement within the borough of Colchester, in Essex, England. The counties of the United Kingdom are a type of subnational division of historical origin by the Middle Ages they had become established as a unit of Essex is a county in the East of England. The County town is Chelmsford, and the highest point of the county is Chrishall Common South Suffolk is a County constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Celts (ˈkɛlts or /ˈsɛlts/, see Names of the Celts A tribe, viewed historically or developmentally consists of a Social group existing before the development of or outside of States Many anthropologists use Roman Britain refers to those parts of the island of Great Britain controlled by the Roman Empire between AD 43 and 410 Their territory was on the north side of the Thames estuary in current Essex and Suffolk, and included lands now located in Greater London. The Thames ( is a major River flowing through southern England. An estuary is a semi-enclosed Coastal body of Water with one or more Rivers or Streams flowing into it and with a free connection to the open Essex is a county in the East of England. The County town is Chelmsford, and the highest point of the county is Chrishall Common Suffolk (ˈsʌfək is a non-metropolitan county of historic origin in East Anglia, England. Greater London is the top-level administrative subdivision covering London, England. Their name derives from the Celtic intensive prefix "tri-" and "novio" - new, but possibly with an applied sense of vigorous or lively - so the name would mean "the very vigorous people". Their capital was Camulodunum (modern Colchester), one proposed site of the legendary Camelot. Camulodunum is the Roman name for the ancient settlement which is today's Colchester, a town in Essex, England. Colchester ( /ˈkəʊltʃɛstə/ is a town and the largest settlement within the borough of Colchester, in Essex, England. Camelot is the most famous Castle and court associated with the legendary King Arthur.
Shortly before Julius Caesar's invasion of Britain in 55 and 54 BC, the Trinovantes were considered the most powerful tribe in Britain. This page refers to the conquest begun in AD 43 For other Roman invasions see Caesar's invasions of Britain and Carausian Revolt. Year 55 BC was a year of the pre-Julian calendar. Events By place Rome Consuls Marcus Licinius Crassus and Year 54 BC was a year of the pre-Julian calendar. Events By place Rome Consuls Appius Claudius Pulcher and At this time their capital was probably at Braughing (in modern-day Hertfordshire). Braughing (pronounced /'bɹæfɪŋ/ is a Village and Civil parish, between the rivers Quin and Rib, in the Non-metropolitan district Hertfordshire (ˈhɑːtfədʃə(r, abbreviated Herts) is a ceremonial and non-metropolitan county in the East region of In some manuscripts of Caesar's Gallic War their king is referred to as Imanuentius, although in other manuscripts no name is given. The Gallic Wars were a series of Military campaigns waged by the Roman proconsul Julius Caesar against several Gallic tribes, lasting from Imanuentius appears in some manuscripts of Julius Caesar 's De Bello Gallico as the name of a king of the Trinovantes, the leading nation of south-eastern Some time before Caesar's second expedition this king was overthrown by Cassivellaunus, who is usually assumed to have belonged to the Catuvellauni. Cassivellaunus was a historical British chieftain who led the defence against Julius Caesar 's second expedition to Britain in 54 BC. The Catuvellauni were a Celtic Belgic tribe or state of south-eastern Britain before the Roman conquest. His son, Mandubracius, fled to the protection of Caesar in Gaul. Mandubracius or Mandubratius was a king of the Trinovantes of south-eastern Britain in the 1st century BC. Gaul (Gallia was the Roman name for the region of Western Europe comprising present day northern Italy, France, Belgium, western During his second expedition Caesar defeated Cassivellaunus and restored Mandubracius to the kingship, and Cassivellaunus undertook not to molest him again. Tribute was also agreed.
The next identifiable king of the Trinovantes, known from numismatic evidence, was Addedomarus, who took power ca. Numismatics (numisma nomisma "coin" from the νομίζειν nomízein, "to use according to law" is the study or collection of Currency Addedomarus (sometimes written Aθθedomarus on coins was a king of south-eastern Britain in the late 1st century BC. 20-15 BC, and moved the tribe's capital to Camulodunum. Year 20 BC was a Common year starting on Tuesday (link will display the full calendar of the Julian calendar. For a brief period ca. 10 BC Tasciovanus of the Catuvellauni issued coins from Camulodunum, suggesting that he conquered the Trinovantes, but he was soon forced to withdraw, perhaps as a result of pressure from the Romans, as his later coins no longer bear the mark "Rex", and Addedomarus was restored. Tasciovanus was a historical king of the Catuvellauni tribe before the Roman conquest of Britain. Addedomarus was briefly succeeded by his son Dubnovellaunus c. Dubnovellaunus or Dumnovellaunus was the name of at least one and possibly several kings of south-eastern Britain in the late 1st century BC /early 10–5 BC, but a few years later the tribe was finally conquered by either Tasciovanus or his son Cunobelinus. Year 5 BC was a Leap year starting on Saturday (link will display the full calendar of the Julian calendar. Cunobelinus (also written Kynobellinus, Κυνοβελλίνος in Greek sometimes abbreviated to Cunobelin) (late 1st century BC - 40s AD Mandubracius, Addedomarus and Dubnovellaunus all appear in later, post-Roman and medieval British Celtic genealogies and legends as Manawydan, Aedd Mawr (Addedo the Great) and Dyfnwal Moelmut (Dubnovellaunus the Bald and Silent). The Welsh Triads recall Aedd Mawr as one of the founders of Britain. The Welsh Triads ( Welsh Trioedd Ynys Prydein, literally "Triads of the Island of Britain " are a group of related texts in Medieval
The Trinovantes reappeared in history when they participated in Boudica's revolt against the Roman Empire in 60 AD. Boudica (also spelled Boudicca, formerly known as Boadicea, and known in Welsh culture and legends as "Buddug" (d The Roman Empire was the post-Republican phase of the ancient Roman civilization, characterised by an autocratic form of government and large territorial Year 60 was a Leap year starting on Tuesday (link will display the full calendar of the Julian calendar. Their name was given to one of the civitates of Roman Britain, whose chief town was Caesaromagus (modern Chelmsford, Essex). Roman Britain refers to those parts of the island of Great Britain controlled by the Roman Empire between AD 43 and 410 Chelmsford is the county town of Essex, England and the principal settlement of the borough of Chelmsford.
Their name survived in British legend as Trinovantum, the supposed original name of London, in Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae and elsewhere. London ( ˈlʌndən is the capital and largest urban area in the United Kingdom. Geoffrey of Monmouth ( Gruffudd ap Arthur or Sieffre o Fynwy) (c The Historia Regum Britanniae ( English: The History of the Kings of Britain) is a pseudohistorical account of British history Geoffrey claimed the name derived from Troi-novantum or "New Troy", connecting this with the legend that Britain was founded by Brutus and other refugees from the Trojan War. Troy ( Greek: grc Τροία Troia, also, Ilion; Latin: Trōia, Īlium, Hittite: Wilusa or Brutus ( Brut, Brute, Welsh Bryttys) a legendary descendant of the Trojan hero Aeneas, was known in medieval British legend In Greek mythology, the Trojan War was waged against the city of Troy by the Achaeans after Paris of Troy stole Helen from her