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Not to be confused with Clausius.
Claudius is a name of Latin origin, meaning "Crippled".
Claudius was the fourth Roman Emperor reigning from 41 to his death in 54.
Claudius may also refer to:
- any member of the family of Claudii; see Claudia (gens)
- Saint Claudius (disambiguation), the name of several Christian saints
- Claudius Aelianus (ca. 175–ca. 235), Roman author and teacher of rhetoric
- Claudius Gothicus, also known as Marcus Aurelius Claudius or Claudius II, Roman Emperor from 268 to 270
- Claudius Silvanus (died 355), Roman general and usurper
- Claudius, Duke of Lusitania, Hispano-Roman Catholic dux (duke) of Lusitania and general in the late sixth century
- Claudius of Turin (fl. 810–827), bishop of Turin, teacher of iconoclasm
- Claudius Clavus (1388–?), Danish geographer
- Gelawdewos of Ethiopia, known as Claudius in English, mid-16th century Emperor of Ethiopia
- Claudius Salmasius, Latin name of Claude Saumaise (1588–1653), French classical scholar
- Claudius Smith (1736–1779), a notorious British Loyalist guerrilla leader in the American Revolution
- Claudius Buchanan (1766&ndash1815), Scottish theologian, ordained minister of the Church of England, and missionary
- Benoit Claudius Crozet (1789–1864), French-American educator and civil engineer
- Claudius Dornier (1884–1969), German airplane builder and founder of Dornier GmbH
- Matthias Claudius (1740–1815), German poet famous for Death and the Maiden
- King Claudius, Hamlet's uncle in Shakespeare's play Hamlet
- Claudius, a genus of mud turtles
- Claudius (suburb), a residential suburb of Centurion, South Africa
- A typeface created by Rudolf Koch
- I, Claudius (TV series)
- List of Roman Emperors, as several Emperors had "Claudius" in their full name
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