Caratacus (Caractacus)

   Caratacus was King of the Catuvellani at the time of the Roman invasion of Britain in 43CE. He led a series of hard-fought campaigns against the Roman invasion, but was eventually betrayed by Cartimandua, Queen of the Brigantes. He was later pardoned by the Emperor Claudius. John Whitehead in his book Guardian of the Grail presents his theories that Caractacus and Arwiragus are the same individual and that their story is the core basis of the Arthurian legend.