Appius Claudius

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Appius Claudius is a combination of first name (praenomen) and family name (nomen) that was traditional in the gens Claudia during the Roman Republic. Appius was a particularly common praenomen for the branch of Claudii who used Pulcher as a cognomen. Men known as Appius Claudius include:

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