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Roman Emperor after his nephew Caligula was murdered

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Players of the instrument defied Julius Caesar in Gaul and faced the Emperor Claudius when he invaded Britain.
Silver Grecian (centre) beats Roi De Vitesse (left) and Emperor Claudius in the Superlative Stakes at Newmarket
One story has it that he was a Roman priest and physician martyred during the persecution of Christians by the Emperor Claudius II Gothicus.
It seems we owe the tradition to the cruel Emperor Claudius II in the third century.
Valentine, who was killed by the Emperor Claudius in AD 270.
Sean Levey received a one-day ban (September 27) for failing to keep straight from the stalls on Emperor Claudius.
Other aspects of the story say that St Valentine served as a prie st during the reign of Emperor Claudius.
Emperor Claudius, rated 106 and all-the-way conqueror of odds-on Luisant at Fairyhouse recently, should follow-up in the three-runner Naas Summer Evenings Race.
Other aspects of the story say that Saint Valentine served as a priest at the temple during the reign of Emperor Claudius.
FEAST DAY EDWARD CONFESSOR AD54: Roman Emperor Claudius I died after eating poisoned mushrooms, apparently as a result of a plot inspired by his wife, the Empress Agrippina: he was succeeded by Nero, her son from a previous marriage.
One of the ancient legends has it that around 270 a Christian churchman fell out of favor with Roman Emperor Claudius II.
A Emperor Hadrian B Centurion Adrienne C Emperor Claudius
ST VALENTINE'S DAY Circa 270: St Valentine was thought to have been martyred by Roman Emperor Claudius II.
We were told that during the reign of the Roman Emperor Claudius, he was running out of men for his conquering armies.
There are many legends, but according to one popular story Valentine was a priest who during third century Rome helped defy the decree of Emperor Claudius II (outlawing marriage because single men made better soldiers), by continuing to perform marriages.