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1 August 10 BC – 13 October 54 AD) was Roman emperor from 41 to 54.A member of the Julio-Claudian dynasty, he was the son of Drusus and Antonia Minor.During his reign the Empire began the conquest of Britain (if the earlier invasions of Britain by Caesar and Caligula's aborted attempts are not counted).Having a personal interest in law, he presided at public trials, and issued up to twenty edicts a day.He was a descendant of the Octavii Rufi (through Gaius Octavius), Julii Caesares (through Julia Minor and Julia Antonia), and the Claudii Nerones (through Nero Claudius Drusus); he was a great-nephew of Augustus through his full sister Octavia Minor, a nephew of Tiberius through his father Drusus, Tiberius' brother, an uncle of Caligula and finally a great-uncle of Nero through Caligula's father and Nero's grandfather Germanicus, his brother.Claudius was born on 1 August 10 BC at Lugdunum (modern Lyon, France). His mother, Antonia, may have had two other children who died young.to keep him disciplined, under the logic that his condition was due to laziness and a lack of will-power.However, by the time he reached his teenage years his symptoms apparently waned and his family took some notice of his scholarly interests.

Claudius was constantly forced to shore up his position; this resulted in the deaths of many senators.Claudius was then left to be raised by his mother, who never remarried.When Claudius' disability became evident, the relationship with his family turned sour.After his death in 54 AD (at age of 63), his grand-nephew and adopted son Nero succeeded him as Emperor.His 13-year reign (slightly longer than Nero's) would not be surpassed by any successors until that of Domitian.

Claudius was constantly forced to shore up his position; this resulted in the deaths of many senators.

Claudius was then left to be raised by his mother, who never remarried.

When Claudius' disability became evident, the relationship with his family turned sour.

After his death in 54 AD (at age of 63), his grand-nephew and adopted son Nero succeeded him as Emperor.

His 13-year reign (slightly longer than Nero's) would not be surpassed by any successors until that of Domitian.

Augustus, according to a letter, was surprised at the clarity of Claudius' oratory. His work as a budding historian damaged his prospects for advancement in public life.