I. Flavius Claudius, a Roman emperor who reigned A. D. 270-275; his life was written by Vopiscus; Inscr. Orell. 489; 1026 sq.; 1535; 1856.—
A. Aurēlĭānus , a, um, adj., of Aurelian: sodales, a college of priests like the Augustales, Capitol. M. Anton. Philos. 7 fin.: “BALNEVM,” built by Aurelian, Inscr. Grut. 178, 3.—
B. Aurēlĭānensis , e, adj.: urbs, the present Orleans, Sid. 8, 15.