35. App. Claudius
Pulcher, apparently the son of No. 29. (Orelli, Inscript.
No. 578.) When curule aedile he celebrated the Megalesian games. (Cic. de Harusp. Resp.
12.) In B. C. 89 he was made praetor (Cic. pro Arch.
5), and afterwards filled the office of propraetor. In B. C. 87 Cinna gained a victory over his army. (Liv. Epit. 79
.) Claudius was impeached by one of the tribunes, and, not appearing, was deposed from his command and banished. Next year, L. Marcius Philippus, his nephew, who was censor, omitted his name in the list of senators. (Cic. pro Dom.
He appears in 82 to have marched with Sulla against Rome, and met his death near the city. (Plut. Sull. 29
He married Caecilia, and left three sons and three daughters, but no property. (Varro, R. R.