Upon the top of the latter is a fine British camp, reputed to have once been occupied by Caractacus.
Caractacus and his companion, I found, were both accustomed to pull an oar.
He sends Mason's tragedy, Caractacus, a tiresome work, to a friend.
I suspect that Caractacus and Sambo had fully enlightened him.
In 1759 appeared his "Caractacus," a drama on a kindred plan with the former.
Spinks was in readiness for a start with Caractacus and Sambo.
Had we joined our whole forces with those of Caractacus the Brigantes too might have risen.
They are more likely of the time of Caractacus or Julius Csar.
We are to believe that once, in days remote, Caractacus stood here at bay against his enemies.
Claudia will accompany him, and the old British king, Caractacus.