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    Judi Dench and Jonathan Pryce, among other English stars, are acting forces to reckon with. We look at some other veteran British actors over 70 who have made their ...

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    From "Game of Thrones" to "House of Cards," PrettyFamous ranks 100 of the best dramas on television. ... Roman emperor Claudius narrates his life fraught with ...

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    The Best Long Movies That Are Worth Your Time. Oscar season is upon us, ... Claudius (Derek Jacobi), with the aid of Hamlet's mother, Gertrude (Julie Christie).

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  • Claudius - Wikipedia

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    Claudius was born on 1 August 10 BC at Lugdunum (modern Lyon, France). He had two older siblings, Germanicus and Livilla. His mother, Antonia, may have had two other ...

  • BBC - History - Claudius

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    Discover facts about Emperor Claudius I who added Britain to the Roman Empire, and was succeeded by Nero.

  • Claudius - Roman Empire

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    Tiberius Claudius Drusus Nero Germanicus was born in Lugdunum (Lyon) in 10 BC, as the youngest son of Nero Drusus (Tiberius' brother) and of Antonia the younger (who ...

  • I, Claudius - Wikipedia

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    I, Claudius (1934) is a novel by English writer Robert Graves, written in the form of an autobiography of the Roman Emperor Claudius. Accordingly, it includes the ...

  • I, Claudius (TV Mini-Series 1976– ) - IMDb

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    Germannicus returns from Germania in triumph and he and Claudius catch up on family news - Claudius now has a son but is not enjoying married life.

  • Claudius | Roman emperor | Britannica.com

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    Claudius: August 1, 10 bce Lugdunum [Lyon], Gaul October 13, 54 ce Roman emperor (41–54 ce), who extended Roman rule in North Africa and made Britain a province.

  • Roman Emperor Claudius Biography - ThoughtCo

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    Claudius became emperor of Rome after the assassination of his nephew, the mad emperor Caligula.

  • Roman Emperors - DIR Claudius

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    Chronicles the life and times of the physically challenged Roman Emperor Claudius.

  • Claudius - From PBS

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    Disfigured, awkward and clumsy, Claudius (10 BC – 54 AD / Reigned 41 – 54 AD) was the black sheep of his family and an unlikely emperor. Once in place, he was ...

  • 8 Things You May Not Know About Emperor Claudius - History ...

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    On October 13, A.D. 54, the Roman Emperor Claudius died at the age of 63, possibly as a result of poisoning by his wife, Agrippina. Claudius had ascended the throne ...

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