How Did Claudius Emperor of Rome Die?

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Claudius Emperor of Rome was murdered through the use of poison according to the ancient historians. However, accounts of how this happened differ. There are claims that he was in Rome and others say he was in Sinuessa. Culprits included his taster, his doctor and the infamous poisoner Locusta. His wife was also implicated numerous times as the instigator of his death.
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