Drusus Claudius Nero
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Drusus Claudius Nero is the name of two prominent citizens of Ancient Rome:
- Drusus Claudius Nero I (105 BC-unknown date in 1st century BC) was a member of the Roman Republican Claudian Family of Rome. Famous for recommending that the members of the Catiline Conspiracy be confined.
- Drusus Claudius Nero II, also known as Drusus Claudius Nero and Nero Claudius Drusus (38 BC-9 BC). Prominent Roman General, grandson of Drusus Claudius Nero I, second son of Livia from her first husband, Tiberius Claudius Nero, hence was a stepson of first Roman emperor Augustus. Father of the Roman emperor Claudius, (10 BC-54; emperor 41-54).
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