1. Five of this name were daughters of App. Claudius Caecus, censor B. C. 312. [CLAUDIUS, Stemma, No. 10.)
It is related of one of them, that, being thronged by the people as she was returning home from the games, she expressed a wish that her brother Publius had been alive, that he might again lose a fleet, and lessen the number of the populace. For this she was fined by the plebeian aediles, B. C. 246. (Liv. xix.; Valer. Max. viii., 1.4; Sueton. Tib.
2; Gel. 10.6