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Claudiopolis (Ancient Greek: Κλαυδιόπολις, city of Claudius) is the name of a number of Ancient cities named after a Roman emperor Claudius or another person bearing that name (in the case of Cluj-Napoca), notably :
- in Turkey
- Claudiopolis (Bithynia) or Claudiopolis in Honoriade or Bithynium, Ancient city, capital of Roman province Honorias and Metropolitan Archbishopric, now modern Bolu, Bolu Province and Latin titular archbishopric
- Claudiopolis (Cilicia), an ancient city in Cilicia, formerly called Ninica, now in Mut district, Mersin Province and a Latin titular bishopric as Claudiopolis in Isauria
- Claudiopolis (Cappadocia), an ancient city in Cappadocia
- Claudiopolis (Cataonia), an ancient city in Cataonia
- Claudiopolis (Galatia), an ancient city in Galatia
- Abila Lysaniou, an ancient city in Syria also called Claudiopolis
- Cluj-Napoca, a city in Romania
- The Ancient town of Cyrene, Libya, renamed after 262 AD, in honor of the 3rd-century Roman emperor Claudius II
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