Claudian

Claudian, a Latin epic poet of the 4th century, born in Alexandria, panegyrist of Stilicho on his victory over Alaric; a not unworthy successor of Catullus and Propertius, though his native tongue was Greek.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Claude Lorraine * Claudius, Appius
Clarke, Dr. Samuel
Clarke, Edward Daniel
Clarke, Henri
Clarke, Mary Cowden
Clarke, William George
Clarkson, Thomas
Classic Races
Classics
Claude, Jean
Claude Lorraine
Claudian
Claudius, Appius
Claudius, Appius
Claudius I, Tiberius Drusus
Claudius II.
Clausel, Bertrand
Clausewitz, Karl von
Clausius, Rudolf
Claverhouse, John Graham of, Viscount Dundee
Clavière
Clavije`ro

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Claudianus, Claudius
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