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Clau·di·us

(klow'dē-ŭs),
Friedrich M., German anatomist, 1822-1869. See: Claudius cells, Claudius fossa.
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It's hard to imagine that the Emperor Claudius and his army of 40,000 soldiers arrived on Britain's south coast in AD43 and in Lincoln by AD50 to 60.
Circa 270: St Valentine is thought to have been martyred by Roman Emperor Claudius II.
According to legend, the Emperor Claudius banned marriage believing that single men made better soldiers.
Murtagh had earlier bounced back from his fall to win the listed Woodies DIY Celebration Stakes on Emperor Claudius which made all to justify 2/1 favouritism, at the expense of Gold Bubbles.
Those who know Jacobi best as the stuttering Emperor Claudius in the acclaimed miniseries ``I, Claudius'' from the early years of ``Masterpiece Theatre'' will find this a marvelous companion piece; once again, Jacobi effects a nervous stammer that's a key component of Turing's peculiar personality.
ON THIS DAY Circa 270: St Valentine was thought to have been martyred by Roman Emperor Claudius II.
It was in AD 43 that the Emperor Claudius put his mind to incorporating the island called Britannia into his Empire and the presence of four legions and around 45,000 men ensured that the Iron Age tribes scattered across the island would not be offered the right of refusal.
Emperor Claudius was touched off by Big Audio in the Chesham Stakes at Royal Ascot, but the form didn't stand up behind Silver Grecian last time.
Bankrobber chased home Ballydoyle colt Emperor Claudius over six furlongs here last time, form franked by the winner's subsequent short-head second in Royal Ascot's Chesham Stakes and by the recent wins of the third Miracle Match and sixth Cornakill.
FEAST DAYOF OUR LADY FATIMA ( AD54: Roman Emperor Claudius I died after eating poisonous mushrooms: although never proven, it was widely believed to be the result of a plot inspired by his wife, the Empress Agrippina.
At the time, Emperor Claudius II had banned marriage because he thought married men were bad soldiers.
One story maintains that the Roman Emperor Claudius II forbade the men of the city to marry because he believed that marriage made soldiers weak.