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Clodia Pulchra

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Name  Clodia Pulchra

Clodia Pulchra

Claudia Pulchra was the name of several women of Roman gens of Claudii during the 1st century BC and 1st century AD. The Latin pulchra (meaning 'beautiful') is the root of the English word pulchritude (meaning 'beauty').

Claudia Pulchra or Clodia Pulchra may refer to:

  • Claudia Pulchra (wife of Gracchus), daughter of Appius Pulcher, consul in 143 BC
  • Claudia Pulchra (wife of Lucullus), daughter of Appius Pulcher, consul in 79 BC
  • Claudia Pulchra (wife of Metellus), daughter of Appius Pulcher, consul in 79 BC
  • Claudia Pulchra (wife of Rex), daughter of Appius Pulcher, consul in 79 BC
  • Claudia Pulchra Major (1st century BC), elder daughter of Appius Pulcher, consul in 54 BC
  • Claudia Pulchra Minor (1st century BC), younger daughter of Appius Pulcher, consul in 54 BC
  • Claudia Pulchra (wife of Augustus) (1st-century BC), daughter of Publius Pulcher
  • Claudia Pulchra (great-niece of Augustus) (14 BC-26), daughter of Claudia Marcella Minor
  • References

    Claudia Pulchra Wikipedia


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