Caractacus sentence example
- CARACTACUS, strictly Caratacus, the Latin form of a Celtic name, which survives in Caradoc and other proper names.
- On the other hand, a probably philo-Roman prince, Cunobelin (known to literature as Cymbeline), had just been succeeded by two sons, Caractacus and Togodumnus, who were hostile to Rome.
- On the advance of Ostorius into western Britain, he met with considerable resistance from Caractacus (Caradog), king of the Silures, but after some encounters this prince was eventually captured and sent in chains to Rome.
- Caractacus escapes into the Welsh borders and fights the Romans using guerilla tactics.
- Purples must be kept away from reds, but group well with any whites; some of the best for color are Everestianum, Album elegans, Fastuosum, Cyaneum, Countess of Normanton, Caractacus, and Sigismund Rucker.Advertisement