Claudia Dicaeosyna

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Claudia Dicaeosyna (Latin: CLAVDIAE DICAEOSYNAE, Claudia in Greek: η Κλαυδία) was a Greek Freedwoman who lived in the 1st century. She was a freedwoman to the Roman Emperor Claudius. Her husband was the wealthy, powerful and influential Greek Freedman Tiberius Claudius Narcissus. Her name has been found on a Latin inscription accompanying her name with Narcissus’ name. Unfortunately little is known on her life.

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