Claudia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- daughter of Ap. Claudius Caecus, 3rd century B.C.
Claudia is convicted of treason for remarks about her brother.
- grand-daughter of Ap. Claudius Caecus, who led the image of Cybele into Rome
Rome; P.Scipio Nasica and Claudia are chosen to lead it into the
Nasica to be the best man, and Valeria the best woman.
- a Vestal virgin, daughter of the consul of 143 B.C.
with the support of his daughter Claudia, who is a Vestal virgin.
- the wife of Ti. Gracchus
Ti.Gracchus marries Claudia.
(Clodia Pulchra) - daughter of Fulvia, and briefly wife of Octavianus
Octavianus repudiates his wife Claudia, the daughter of Fulvia.
- in documents
ildren. CIL_1 .1211 Latin Text Claudia. Tablet or pi
led Sebastē and Julia and Claudia and Domitiana and
Claudia → see
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