This article contains a free Women of the Bible Study resource on the subject of Claudia. It provides facts, a biography and information about this famous woman of the Bible for bible study. There is also reference to where Claudia is mentioned in the Holy Bible.
Bible Dictionary Definition - Who was Claudia?
The definition and outline of Claudia is as follows: Claudia was a disciple in the Christian Church in Rome. She was a British maiden, the daughter of king Cogidunus, who was an ally of Rome, and assumed the name of the emperor, his patron, Tiberius Claudius, and that she was the wife of Pudens.
Biography, Facts and Information about Claudia
The following info provides a concise biography with facts and information about Claudia: A female Christian mentioned in 2 Timothy 4:21. It is a conjecture having some probability that she was a British maiden, the daughter of king Cogidunus, who was an ally of Rome, and assumed the name of the emperor, his patron, Tiberius Claudius, and that she was the wife of Pudens.
We have selected Claudia as one of the most important women from the Bible and provided a biography and character outline of this famous woman. Much of the information is taken from the classic reference books including Matthew George Easton "Easton's Bible Dictionary" and Ashley S Johnson "Condensed Biblical Cyclopedia".
Claudia - A Free Christian Bible Study Resource
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