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  Claudius   (Ti. Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus) - Roman emperor, 41-54 A.D.
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Suetonius,- SUETONIUS, Claudius
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Aelian:NA_5.29   der, ** or in food, like Claudius the Roman, ** and Britan
AstrCan_4   787 363 69 36 A.D. (14 Aug.) Claudius 14 801 377 83 40
Athen_6.240   who in the Museium of Claudius still practise their sop
Euseb]:Chron_215   stadion race [At this time] Claudius became emperor of
ExcBarb_48A   Gaius for 10 years - cons. 4 Claudius for 15 years - con
Festus:Brev_11   under imperator Claudius Caesar, when Archelaus, King
Joseph:AJ_15.407   the Jews sent ambassadors to Claudius Caesar, to intercede with him
Julian:Caes_310   bout him. But when Claudius came in Silenus began to sing
Oros_7.5   poisons was also found. Claudius Caesar soon afterward ordered
Oros_7.6   year of the reign of Claudius, an island, extending over a
Plin:HN_3.119   theVatrenus; it was here that Claudius Caesar sailed out into the
Plin:HN_3.141   marble, Siculi where the deified Claudius sent a colony of veterans;
Plin:HN_3.146   a colony of the deified Claudius, and the town of Scarabantia
Plin:HN_5.2   a colony by the emperor Claudius, about which the most marvellous
Plin:HN_5.11   was in the principate of Claudius, when King Ptolemy had been
Plin:HN_5.58   feet in the principate of Claudius, and the smallest 74 feet
Plin:HN_5.63   in circumference, according to Claudius Caesar. Others make it
Plin:HN_5.75   a colony of the Emperor Claudius, formerly called Acce; and then
Plin:HN_6.8   its interior a colony of Claudius Caesar named Archelais, past which
Plin:HN_6.17   refuge in the principate of Claudius, and from him we learn
Plin:HN_6.27   Armenia as 5000 miles, while Claudius Caesar makes its length from
Plin:HN_6.31   for a second time beset. Claudius Caesar gives the distance from
Plin:HN_6.84   during the principate of Claudius, when an embassy actually
Plin:HN_6.128   of Nymphaeum. According to Claudius Caesar, the course of
Plin:HN_7.35   ominous things that happened. Claudius Caesar writes that a
Plin:HN_7.74   the principate of the deified Claudius who was 9 ft. 9
Plin:HN_7.158   family under the Emperor Claudius 99, Terentia Cicero's wife
Plin:HN_7.159   and those celebrated by Claudius Caesar in his fourth
Plin:HN_8.22   subsequently for the emperors Claudius and Nero elephants versus
Plin:HN_8.37   the principate of the deified Claudius of a whole child was
Plin:HN_8.54   In the principate of Claudius accident taught a Gaetulian
Plin:HN_8.65   a cage, although the deified Claudius exhibited four at one time.
Plin:HN_8.160   part of the Secular of Claudius Caesar a charioteer of the
Plin:HN_33.23   a fashion invented when Claudius Caesar was emperor. Moreover
Plin:HN_33.33   the censorship of the Emperor Claudius {48 a member of the
Plin:HN_33.41   the time of the Emperor Claudius there was also another unusual
Plin:HN_33.54   silver. [54] His successor Claudius when celebrating a triumph
Plin:HN_33.63   own times seen the Emperor Claudius's wife Agrippina, at a show
Plin:HN_33.134   period of the emperor Claudius, namely Callistus, Pallas and
Plin:HN_33.145   better. Under the Emperor Claudius his slave Drusillanus, who
Plin:HN_34.40   Jupiter which the Emperor Claudius dedicated in the Campus
Plin:HN_34.69   down in the reign of Claudius, and which rivalled the famous
Plin:HN_35.3   invented in the principate of Claudius, while in the time of
Plin:HN_35.19   fire in the principate of Claudius. Next in celebrity was a
Plin:HN_35.94   of his forum the emperor Claudius however thought it more advisable
Plin:HN_35.201   Senate at the bidding of Claudius Caesar's wife Agrippina and all
Plin:HN_36.4   the laws passed by Claudius in his censorship forbidding
Plin:HN_36.57   from Egypt to the emperor Claudius in Rome by his official
Plin:HN_36.60   which the emperor Claudius' freedman, the notoriously
Plin:HN_36.70   several years by the deified Claudius, for it was the most
Plin:HN_36.122   Emperor Gaius and completed by Claudius, inasmuch as the Curtian and
Plin:HN_36.124   of the same emperor, Claudius, neglected, though it was,
Plin:HN_37.85   is that of the Emperor Claudius, when he took to wearing
Plinius:Ep_1.13   hers tell a story of how Claudius Caesar one day, while
Plinius:Ep_3.16   ion in Illyricum against Claudius, Paetus joined his party
Plinius:Ep_7.29   and favourite of the emperor Claudius. [30] & To Genito
Plinius:Ep_10.70   left it in his will to Claudius Caesar, and gave orders
Plinius:Ep_10.71   leted and consecrated to Claudius; for if it was, then eve
SelPap_1.51   The 7th year of Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germ
SelPap_1.107   Year 1 of Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus
SelPap_2.212   the majesty of our god Caesar and feel gratitude for
SelPap_2.257   year of Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus
SelPap_2.279   12th year of the deified Claudius Caesar Augustus Germ
SelPap_2.280   13th year of the deified Claudius I leased from the fo
SelPap_2.329   inoite nome, by Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germ

  Claudius 2   (M. Aurelius Claudius Augustus Gothicus) - Roman emperor, 268-270 A.D.
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Euseb]:Chron_265   up until the reign of Claudius [The kings] of the Roman
ExcBarb_48B   years - cons. 7 Gallianus and Claudius for 2 years - con
Julian:Caes_313   feast. Next came Claudius, at whom all the gods gazed,
Julian:Caes_336   them a respite for the sake of Claudius and Constantius.
Oros_7.23   year of the City, Claudius, the twenty-eighth emperor, assumed

  Claudius 3   (C. Claudius Crassus Regillensis Sabinus) - Roman consul, 460 B.C.
FastCap_p30 - elected in his place , C. Claudius Ap.f. M.n. Crassus

  Claudius 4   (Ap. Claudius Crassus Regillensis Sabinus) - Roman decemvir, 451 B.C.
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FastCap_p30   Agripp.n. Lanatus [451] & Ap. Claudius Ap.f. M.n. Crassus
FastCap_p32   egillensis & [p32] [450] & Ap. Claudius Ap.f. M.n. Crassus
Oros_2.13   For one of the decemvirate, Appius Claudius continued to hold the
ValMax_6.1.2   flesh and blood. When Ap. Claudius, the decemvi trusting in the

  Claudius 7   (Ap. Claudius Crassus) - consular tribune, 403 B.C.
FastCap_p34 II M. Furius . . . Fusus Ap. Claudius P.f. Ap.n. Crassus

  Claudius 8   (Ap. Claudius Crassus) - Roman consul, 349 B.C.
FastCap_p42 Aventinensis II dictator: Ap. Claudius P.f. Ap.n. Crassus
FastCap_p44 urius M.f. L.n. Camillus , Ap. Claudius P.f. Ap.n. Crassus

  Claudius 10   (Ap. Claudius Caecus) - Roman censor, 312 B.C.
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312/16 Plautius resigns as censor, but Ap.Claudius stays on as sole censor.
312/23 Ap.Claudius arranges for the religious secrets of the Potitii family
311/9 after protesting at the removal of their privileges by Ap.Claudius.
310/2 P.Sempronius fails to stop Ap.Claudius remaining in office as censor.
308/18 Ap.Claudius is forced to resign after remaining as censor for five
307/_ Consuls: Ap. Claudius C.f. Caecus, L. Volumnius C.f. Flamma Violens
307/4 Claudius chooses to stay at Rome, while Volumnius takes charge of the
306/27 Ap.Claudius goes blind, and retires from public life.
296/_ Consuls: Ap. Claudius C.f. Caecus (II), L. Volumnius C.f. Flamma Viol
296/5 Claudius and Volumnius defeat a combined Etruscan and Samnite army
280/32 rejects Pyrrhus' peace terms, after a speech by Ap.Claudius Caecus.
275/26 Ap.Claudius adds the letter "R" to the Roman alphabet.
275/27 saying of Ap.Claudius, that leisure is bad for the Roman people.
275/28 The old age of Ap.Claudius Caecus.
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Cic:Brut_55   ise suppose, that Appius Claudius was a man of some eloque
Cic:Brut_61   bove-mentioned speech of Appius, on the peace with Pyrrhus
Cic:Brut_72   Clodius the son of Caecus [240 B.C.], the year before Enni
Cic:Tusc_4.4   indeed, that poem of Appius Caecus, which Panaetius commends so much
Cic:Tusc_5.112   and his actions, that old Appius ** too, who was blind
CIL_6.40943   It_13.3.12 ) Appius Claudius Caecus . . .
CIL_11.1827   It_13.3.79 ) Appius Claudius Caecus. Foun
Ennius:Ann_194   [194-5] & Appius Claudius protests against any acceptanc
FastCap_p48   public affairs censors: Ap. Claudius C.f. Ap.n. Caecus
FastCap_p50   297 are missing] [296] & Ap. Claudius C.f. Ap.n. Caecus
Hieron:Chron_1693   not in Ar.] Appius Claudius Caecus ["the blind"] was in
Just_18.2   was broken off by Appius Claudius," and being asked by Pyr
Plin:HN_33.16   himself a clerk to Appius Caecus, at whose request he had
Schol:Bob_88   descended from the family of Appius Caecus ["the
Schol:Bob_90   her was P.Claudius, the son of Appius Caecus. This P.Claud
ValMax_1.1.17   - which was caused by Appius the censor - all the
ValMax_7.2.1   It is reported that Appius Claudius often used to say, that
ValMax_8.13.5   might conclude the life of Appius with his misfortune, because he

  Claudius 11   (Ap. Claudius Caudex) - Roman consul, 264 B.C.
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264/_ Consuls: Ap. Claudius C.f. Caudex, M. Fulvius Q.f. Flaccus
264/9 C.Claudius is defeated while attempting to cross over to Sicily.
264/11 Ap.Claudius crosses over to Sicily.
264/12 Negotiations between Claudius and the Carthaginians.
264/13 Claudius declares war against the Carthaginians and Syracusans: the
264/14 Claudius defeats the Syracusans.
264/15 Claudius defeats the Carthaginians.
264/16 Claudius is repulsed at Echetla.
264/17 Claudius lays siege to Syracuse.
263/10 Claudius celebrates a triumph for his victory over the Carthaginians.
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Ennius:Ann_238   own little sons [238] & Appius Claudius Caudex enters Sici
FastCap_p54   First Punic War [264] & Ap. Claudius C.f. Ap.n. Caudex
Oros_4.7   during the consulship of Appius Claudius and Q. Fabius 264 B.C.
ValMax_2.4.7   in the Forum when Ap. Claudius and Q. Fulvius were consuls.

  Claudius 12   (Ap. Claudius Russus) - Roman consul, 268 B.C.
268/_ Consuls: P. Sempronius P.f. Sophus, Ap. Claudius Ap.f. Russus
268/10 Sempronius and Claudius both celebrate triumphs, over the Picentes.
268/11 Claudius dies before the end of his year as consul.
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FastCap_p54 pronius P.f. P.f. Sophus , Ap. Claudius Ap.f. C.n. Russus
FastTr_p99 Picentes, [...] [268/7] & Ap. Claudius Ap.f. C.n. [Russus

  Claudius 13   (P. Claudius Pulcher) - Roman consul, 249 B.C.
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249/_ Consuls: P. Claudius Ap.f. Pulcher, L. Junius C.f. Pullus
249/2 Claudius builds new sea-barriers at Lilybaeum, but they are destroyed
249/10 efeats the Roman fleet under P.Claudius at Drepana, after Claudius
249/15 P.Claudius nominates his messenger Glycias to be dictator.
248/5 P.Claudius is brought to trial and fined for his conduct as consul.
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FastCap_p56   A.f. P.n. Vulso II [249] & P. Claudius Ap.f. C.n. Pulcher
Naev:Pun_36   in 250; and the defeat of P. Claudius at Drepana in 249
Oros_4.10   3 After this, the consul Claudius 249 B.C. accompanied by a
Schol:Bob_90   ily to be called Pulcher was P.Claudius, the son of Appius
ValMax_1.4.3   [4.3]   P. Claudius, in the First Punic being
ValMax_1.4.4   Junius, the colleague of P. Claudius, lost the Roman fleet in
ValMax_8.1.4   by the next example. Publius Claudius - I cannot tell whether
ValMax_8.1d.4   said she wished that her brother, who had caused the greatest

  Claudius 14   (C. Claudius Centho) - Roman consul, 240 B.C.
240/_ Consuls: C. Claudius Ap.f. Centho, M. Sempronius C.f. Tuditanus
213/21 C.Claudius Centho is appointed dictator to hold the consular election
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Cic:Brut_72   Tuditanus, and C. Claudius the son of Caecus [240 B.C.],
Cic:Tusc_1.3   in the consulship of C. Claudius, the son of Caecus, and
FastCap_p56   the 39th lustrum. [240] & C. Claudius Ap.f. C.n. Centho
FastCap_p58   M.f. M.n. Regulus censors: C. Claudius Ap.f. C.n. Centho
FastCap_p60   Ti.n. Gracchus II dictator: C. Claudius Ap.f. C.n. Centho

  Claudius 16   (M. Claudius Clineas) - a Roman officer in Corsica, 236 B.C.
236/2 Claudius Clineas makes peace with the Corsicans.
236/7 The Romans disown Claudius' treaty and try to hand him over to the
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DioCass_fr.45   [45] &   After Claudius had made terms with the Corsic
ValMax_6.3.3   For the senate delivered M. Claudius to the Corsicans, because he

  Claudius 17   (Ap. Claudius Pulcher) - Roman consul, 212 B.C.
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212/_ Consuls: Ap. Claudius P.f. Pulcher, Q. Fulvius M.f. Flaccus (III)
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FastCap_p60 M.f. Q.n. Flaccus III , Ap. Claudius P.f. Ap.n. Pulcher

  Claudius 20   (Ap. Claudius Pulcher) - Roman consul, 185 B.C.
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185/_ Consuls: Ap. Claudius Ap.f. Pulcher, M. Sempronius M.f. Tuditanus
185/11 ected consul, after energetic canvassing by his brother Ap.Claudius.
184/8 Ap.Claudius forces the Achaean assembly to accept a settlement with
184/9 Claudius persuades the Cretan cities of Cnossus, Gortyn, and Cydonia
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FastCap_p64 .f. Q.n. Philippus [185] & Ap. Claudius Ap.f. P.n. Pulcher

  Claudius 21   (P. Claudius Pulcher) - Roman consul, 184 B.C.
185/11 P.Claudius is elected consul, after energetic canvassing by his broth
184/_ Consuls: P. Claudius Ap.f. Pulcher, L. Porcius L.f. Licinus
184/12a P. Claudius recruits further Roman colonists to go to Cales.
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Cic:Brut_60 died in the consulship of P. Claudius and L. Porcius [18
CIL_6.1283 .70 ) Publius Claudius Pulcher and Appius C
FastCap_p64 M.f. C.n. Tuditanus [184] & P. Claudius Ap.f. P.n. Pulcher

  Claudius 22   (C. Claudius Pulcher) - Roman consul, 177 B.C.
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177/_ Consuls: C. Claudius Ap.f. Pulcher, Ti. Sempronius P.f. Gracchus
177/2 Claudius completes the conquest of Istria.
177/5 Claudius defeats the Ligurians.
177/6 The Ligurians capture Mutina after the departure of Claudius.
177/9 Claudius celebrates a double triumph, over the Istrians and Ligurians
176/2 rther victories in Sardinia and Liguria; Claudius recaptures Mutina.
169/2 Claudius and Gracchus are elected censors, and help the consuls to
169/37 The censor Claudius passes a law to prevent the serving of delicacies
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Cic:Rep_6.2   even lessened the unpopularity of Claudius . . . **
Ennius:Ann_421   The siege of Nesactum by C. Claudius Pulcher, 177 B.C.
FastCap_p64   Cn.f. L.n. Vulso [177] & C. Claudius Ap.f. P.n. Pulcher
FastCap_p66   Cn.f. Cn.n. Caepio censors: C. Claudius Ap.f. P.n. Pulcher
FastTr_p103   (4th February) [177/6] & C. Claudius [Ap.f. P.n.] Pulch
ValMax_6.5.3   When Ti. Gracchus and C. Claudius had exasperated the greatest part

  Claudius 24   (Ap. Claudius Centho) - Roman praetor, 175 B.C.
174/6 Ap.Claudius defeats the Celtiberi.
174/11 Ap.Claudius celebrates an ovation for his victory over the Celtiberi,
170/19 Ap.Claudius unsuccessfully attacks Uscana.
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FastTr_p104 t.] (12th March) [174/3] & Ap. Claudius C.f. Ap.n. Centho,

  Claudius 25   (Ap. Claudius Pulcher) - Roman consul, 143 B.C.
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143/_ Consuls: Ap. Claudius C.f. Pulcher, Q. Caecilius Q.f. Metellus Macedo
143/6 The Salassi defeat Ap.Claudius.
143/11 Ap.Claudius subdues the Salassi.
143/14 Ap.Claudius holds an unauthorized triumph, with the support of his
142/3 lected censor despite criticism from Ap.Claudius, a rival candidate.
140/8 Appius Claudius prevents extra conscription.
136/9 Nobilior; Fulvius dissuades Claudius from handing out harsh punishme
136/9 The censorship of Ap.Claudius Pulcher and Q.Fulvius Nobilior; Fulvius
130/14 Ap.Claudius prides himself on his skill at dancing.
130/15 After Ap.Claudius dies, the two vacant places on the agrarian commis
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Cic:Brut_108   the latter; and Appius Claudius to be equally fluent,
Cic:Rep_1.31   by Publius Crassus and Appius Claudius, even now that those men
CIL_1.639   son of Tiberius; Appius Claudius, son of Gaius; Pub
CIL_1.640   son of Tiberius; Appius Claudius Pulcher, son of Ga
CIL_1.719   Publius Licinius, Appius Claudius, and Gaius Gracchus,
FastCap_p70   L.f. C.n. Cotta [143] & Ap. Claudius C.f. Ap.n. Pulcher
Oros_5.4   In the consulship of Appius Claudius and Q. Caecilius Metellus 143
Plut:Mor_200   ood to be censor, Appius Claudius, his rival, told him tha

  Claudius 26   (Ap. Claudius Pulcher) - suffect consul, 130 B.C.
130/6 After the death of Lentulus, Ap.Claudius (the younger) is elected
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CIL_6.1283 udius Pulcher and Appius Claudius Pulcher [Publius Cla
FastCap_p72 entulus - died in office , Ap. Claudius . . . Pulcher -

  Claudius 30   (Claudius Unimanus) - a Roman commander in Spain, defeated by Viriathus
143/8 Viriathus defeats Claudius Unimanus.
Oros_5.4   under the command of Claudius Unimammus, whose evident purpose

  Claudius 32   (C. Claudius Pulcher) - Roman consul, 92 B.C.
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99/6 The aedile C.Claudius Pulcher holds magnificent games, including
95/19 C.Claudius creates new laws for the town of Halaesa.
92/_ Consuls: C. Claudius Ap.f. Pulcher, M. Perperna M.f.
92/16 ncerning a complaint made by the consul C.Claudius against Cn.Carbo.
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Cic:Brut_166   Then also lived C. Claudius, who, besides his consequence
FastCap_p74   Herennius M.f. . . [92] & C. Claudius Ap.f. C.n. Pulcher
GranLic_32   curule aediles. &# Claudius had previously displayed a sim
Plin:HN_8.19   Rome in the curule of Claudius Pulcher and the consulship of
Plin:HN_35.23   for the shows given by Claudius Pulcher {99 won great admiration
ValMax_2.4.6   streams to run along channels. Claudius Pulcher was the first to
ValMax_8.1.6   being accused by C. Claudius Pulcher of having caused great and

  Claudius 34   (Ap. Claudius Pulcher) - Roman consul, 79 B.C.
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93/6 Ap.Claudius fails to be elected aedile.
79/_ Consuls: P. Servilius C.f. Vatia, Ap. Claudius Ap.f. Pulcher
77/21 Appius Claudius and his legate Fonteius defend Macedonia against raid
76/10 Appius Claudius falls ill and dies while fighting in Macedonia.
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FastCap_p76   later called Isauricus , Ap. Claudius Ap.f. C.n. Pulcher
Festus:Brev_9   er. Through Appius Claudius, a proconsul, those who used
GranLic_32   cavalry sent by the consuls Claudius and Servilius. &#
Oros_5.22   When P. Servilius and Appius Claudius had been elected consuls 79
Oros_5.23   17 In the meantime, Claudius was assigned by lot to
Sall:Hist_1.67   it resolved that Appius Claudius the interrex, with Quint
Sall:Hist_2.60   ney which had been demanded by Appius. [2.69] [2.87M] &

  Claudius 38   (Ap. Claudius Pulcher) - Roman consul, 54 B.C.
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70/8 Lucullus sends Ap.Claudius as an envoy to Tigranes to demand the surr
70/20 Ap.Claudius is deliberately delayed by his guides, but leaves them
70/21 Claudius secretly wins over Zarbienus and other disaffected subjects
70/24 Ap.Claudius meets Tigranes, and bluntly warns him of the consequences
54/_ Consuls: L. Domitius Cn.f. Ahenobarbus, Ap. Claudius Ap.f. Pulcher
51/5 Cic:Fam_3.2, a letter from Cicero to Appius Claudius.
51/15 two letters from Cicero to Appius Claudius, written at Brundisium.
51/28 am_3.5, a letter from Cicero to Appius Claudius, written at Tralles.
51/35 Appius Claudius and his son-in-law M.Brutus remain for some time
51/36 & Cic:Fam_3.6, letters from Cicero to Atticus and Appius Claudius.
51/47 rom Cicero to Caelius and Appius Claudius, written near Mopsuhestia.
50/11 Appius Claudius is prosecuted by Dolabella for his conduct in Cilicia
50/56 The censors, Claudius and Piso, complete the census after demoting
49/60 Appius Claudius consults the oracle at Delphi about the outcome of
48/81 this year: Bibulus, Appius Claudius, L.Domitius, P.Lentulus and L.L
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Cic:Brut_230   ou, in defence of Appius Claudius, as I have frequently
Cic:Brut_267   ced advocate: and Appius Claudius, your father-in-law, and
Cic:Brut_324   ged with you in the defence of Appius, your father-in-law.
Memn_31   cullus sent Appius Claudius as an ambassador to Tigranes,
Oros_6.15   11 Appius Claudius Censorinus, who was guarding Greece
Schol:Bob_91   to his brother Appius Claudius, who was then in Greece,
Schol:Bob_152   . . . and Appius Claudius he also delivered this speech
ValMax_1.8.10   foretelling the death of Appius. During the civil war,

  Claudius 39   (C. Claudius Pulcher) - Roman praetor, 56 B.C.
52/10 The two Appii, sons of C.Claudius, ask for permission to interrogate
52/22 The sons of C.Claudius indict Milo on a charge of violence.

  Claudius 46   (Ap. Claudius Pulcher Maior) - Roman consul, 38 B.C.
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43/86 & 11.22, letters from Cicero to Appius Pulcher and Decimus Brutus.
38/_ Consuls: Ap. Claudius C.f. Pulcher , C. Norbanus C.f. Flaccus
33/4 The triumph of Ap. Claudius Pulcher, from Spain.
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ExcBarb_49B Censorinus and Sabinus Pulcher and Enobaudus Gallus and

  Claudius 47   (Ap. Claudius Pulcher Minor) - younger son of the praetor of 56 B.C.
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52/10 The two Appii, sons of C.Claudius, ask for permission to interrogate
51/44 Q.Pilius and Appius Claudius both prosecute M.Servilius on separate

  Claudius 48   (Ap. Claudius Sabinus Inregillensis) - Roman consul, 495 B.C.
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CIL_6.1279   3.67 ) Appius Claudius Appius Claudius; qua
ValMax_9.3.6   The consuls were overlooked; Appius, because he opposed the

  Claudius   - in documents
CIL_1.1630 of Lucius, and Decimus Claudius, son of Decimus, mem
CIL_1.2239 freedman of Gaius Gaius Claudius freedman of Gaius, f
CIL_1.498 Lamp. Equiline necropolis. For Claudius. I am not yo
CIL_1.611 of guestship with Tiberius {Claudius?}. We entrust
SelPap_1.18 nsent. I, Tiberius Claudius Horion, have written for t
SelPap_1.50 igned} I, Aurelius Claudius son of Psenamounis have
SelPap_2.212 lius Dionysius, Tiberius Claudius Phanias, Pasion so
SelPap_2.219 praefect of Egypt. Claudius Arius the strategus of the
SelPap_2.240 enate, in the prytany of Claudius Hermeias son of Gela
SelPap_2.249 the order delivered to Claudius Chares, late strate
SelPap_2.257 From the minutes of Tiberius Claudius Pasion, strate
SelPap_2.279 To Tiberius Claudius Cronius, exegetes of
SelPap_2.281 To Tiberius Claudius Balbillus from Nemes
SelPap_2.296 ptimius Paulus and Claudius Tatiaiuis, riparii of the
SelPap_2.301 excellency the idiologus Claudius Apollonius, about au
SelPap_2.316 To Claudius Menander, royal scr
SelPap_2.337 of the Oxyrhynchite nome, to Claudius Serenus, assis
SelPap_2.353 Copy. To Tiberius Claudius Justus, administrator of
SelPap_2.355 most eminent catholicus Claudius Marcellus and his ex
SelPap_2.357 ers, on the west that of Claudius Dicaearchus, ex-magi
SelPap_2.425 Claudius Diognetus, imperial

Claudiussee Asellus2

Claudiussee Caesar25

Claudiussee Canina

Claudiussee Centumalus5

Claudiussee Glycias

Claudiussee Marcellus

Claudiussee Nero


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