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In the 1st century BC, it was common practice for Roman soldiers to rape women before killing them in order to instill fear in the places they conquered. Erimem killed several Roman soldiers and later expressed to Andy Hansen that if she hadn't, they likely would have raped her and Andy before murdering them. Later, Anna Whitaker was nearly raped by drunk men because she had turned down the lewd advances of one man the previous night. (PROSE: The Last Pharaoh)
In 60, Boudica, the Queen of the Iceni, rebelled against the Roman Empire when Roman agents raped the women of her kingdom. Her rebellion was swift and brutal: the offending Romans were, according to John Smith, "skinned alive and impaled on posts with their intestines . . . in their mouths". (PROSE: Human Nature)
During an incident in the village of Sair, Peri Brown had bedded with Tablibik whilst under his spell. The spell in question was the sole cause of any sense of desire Peri had torwards him, meaning that any sexual acts that they may have engaged in that night could not have been considered consensual. (PROSE: Fascination)
Dodo Chaplet was nearly raped by one of her fellow patients at the Glasshouse, probably in 1966. She cried out for help, but neither her fellow patients or the facility's staff would assist her. Instead, she had to defend herself against his violence. To stop him tearing at her gown and trying to force himself on her, she kicked him in the face. He stumbled backwards, and cracked his head on a table. Her would-be rapist died within a matter of moments. (PROSE: Who Killed Kennedy)