Caractacus And Claudius
Caractacus was a British Chief that had fought very bravely against the Romans. He was brought to Rome with chains on his hands and feet and set before the emperor of Rome. The wife of Caratacus, who had also been brought a prisoner to Rome, fell upon her knees imploring pity, but Caractacus asked for nothing and exhibited no signs of fear.
Charlotte M. Yonge Young Folks' History of England (Boston: D. Lothrop & Co., 1879) 19