Claudius

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Roman Emperor after his nephew Caligula was murdered

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One of the ancient legends has it that around 270 a Christian churchman fell out of favor with Roman Emperor Claudius II.
And they are thought to have killed Roman Emperor Claudius in 54AD.
No one knows how Saint Valentine came to be associated with this but according to legend; Valentine was a priest in the 3rd century Rome under Emperor Claudius II.
Davidson, Glasgow A Although there were several Roman saints called Valentine, St Valentine was a priest who was put to death by Emperor Claudius II for marrying Christian couples around 270AD.
According to some sources, Valentine's Day is named after Saint Valentine who lived during the reign of the Roman Emperor Claudius II in the late third century AD.
Emperor Claudius II decided that single men made better soldiers than those with wives and families so he outlawed marriage for young men - his crop of potential soldiers.
Aidan O'Brien also runs Await The Dawn, a winner at Naas on his debut, and Meydan Superlative Stakes sixth Emperor Claudius, who has just over two lengths to make up on Silver Grecian, penalised 3lb for his victory that day.
The Superlative Stakes features an interesting rematch between Big Audio and Emperor Claudius (2.
His widowed mother, Agrippina, convinced her uncle, Emperor Claudius, to marry her and adopt Nero.
Other aspects of the story say that St Valentine served as a prie st during the reign of Emperor Claudius.
Suetonius in his life of the emperor Claudius (AD 41-54) say Jews at Rome rioted "at the instigation of Chrestus.
We have Emperor Claudius II to thank for this so-called holiday.
THE EMPEROR CLAUDIUS, AUTHOR OF EPIGRAMS IN A SUETONIUS' PASSAGE
The Emperor Claudius and his successors were perfectly happy to stamp on political and economic independence, but on matters of religion they were pragmatic and permissive.
Agrippina, the niece of emperor Claudius and mother of the infant Nero, enlists the aid of Epaphroditus, a young slave, in a plot to protect herself from a prophecy that her own son would murder her.