CLAU0032 Ap. Claudius (321) M. f. Sabinus Inregillensis


  • Patrician
  • Nobilis Expand

    Liv. 2.27.3, 10.8.6, Tac. Ann. 4.9.2


son of
M. Claudius (24) (father of Ap. Claudius (321) M. f. Sabinus Inregillensis (cos. 495)) (RE)
father of
C. Claudius (322) Ap. f. M. n. Crassus? Inregillensis Sabinus (cos. 460) (RE)
Ap. Claudius (123) Ap. f. M. n. Crassinus Inregillensis Sabinus (cos. 471) (RE)


  • Quaestor? 496 urbanus, Rome (Broughton MRR I) Expand
    • Q. Urb., Elogium, CIL 1 , p. 199; Inscr. Ital. 13.3.65. The date should probably precede that of his consulship (Sobeck, Quaestoren 1), but the office is hardly authentic (CIL loc. cit.). (Broughton MRR I)
  • Consul 495 (Broughton MRR I) Expand
    • Liv. 2.21.5-27.13; Dion. Hal. 6.23.1-33.3, 40.1, and on Servilius, 69.3; Elogium of Claudius, CIL 1 , p. 199- Inscr. Ital. 13.3.67; Val. Max. 9.3.6; Plin. NH 35.12; Chr. 354 (Inreligiense et Structo); Fast. Hyd. (Sabino et Prisco), so also Chr. Pasc.; Cassiod. (reading T. Servilius); Degrassi 88, 352f. Livy and Dion. Hal. represent Claudius as opposed and Servilius as mildly favorable to the distressed plebeians in their agitation against the debt laws. Servilius was also victorious over the Aurunci and the Sabines, and is credited with a triumph by Dion. Hal. (6.30.2-3). (Broughton MRR I)
  • Repulsa (Cos.) 482 (Pina Polo 2012) Expand
    • pp. 65-72 (Pina Polo 2012)