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Paulinus

(pɔːˈlaɪnəs)
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(Biography) Saint. died 644 ad, Roman missionary to England; first bishop of York and archbishop of Rochester. Feast day: Oct 10

Pau•li•nus

(pɔˈlaɪ nəs)
n.
Saint, died a.d. 644, Roman missionary in England with Augustine: 1st archbishop of York 633–644.
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The site at Parsons Hill where Boudicca may have been buried fits many of the facts known about the scene of the showdown between Suetonius Paulinus and his 10,000 troops and the 200,000 rebels led by Boudicca.
Digon o waith fod y gaeran yn perthyn i ymgyrch Suetonius Paulinus yn 60-61 oed Crist.
Yn l rhai dyma arwydd fod y Rhufeiniad yn dod, a'r Derwyddon yn brysur yn taflu cleddyfau a gwaewffyn i'r Llyn gan weddio am fuddugoliaeth yn erbyn Suetonius Paulinus.
He was dead within a year, but both he and his successor Gaius Suetonius Paulinus mounted a new campaign against the Silurians and their Welsh allies, using, it is claimed, up to 30,000 troops.
Many scholars have placed her crushing defeat at the hands of governor Suetonius Paulinus at Mancetter, several miles west along Watling Street, just outside Atherstone.
By the time that Suetonius Paulinus had his eye on the ball the three major towns of the new province - Colchester, London and St Albans - had been razed to the ground.
27) But Caesar and Pliny had reported something of the druids' rituals, beliefs, and social position, and Tacitus had narrated an actual scene involving them: the expedition of Suetonius Paulinus to the island of Mona (Anglesey), in which his men were temporarily shocked by a group of furious druids whom they subsequently slaughtered.
But led by ruthless general Suetonius Paulinus, they managed to cross the Strait where they embarked upon a savage attack, sparing neither women nor children.
Rebels The site at Parsons Hill in Kings Norton where Boudicca may have been buried fits many of the facts known about the scene of the showdown between Suetonius Paulinus and his 10,000 troops and the 200,000 rebels led by Boudicca.
Rhywbryd o gwmpas y flwyddyn 78 Oed Crist mae Agricola yn glanio fel petae (nid ar gwch tybiaf ond o Gaer) yng Ngogledd Cymru i gael trefn ar yr Ordoficiaid, wedi'r cwbl bu Suetonius Paulinus yma yn 60/61 i gael trefn ar y Derwyddon ond hawliodd gwrthryfel Buddug yn ardal Essex heddiw ei sylw felly fe gafodd Gogledd Cymru lonydd am 17 mlynedd nes dychweliad Agricola.