Set Among Princes: The Saga of Claudia Rufina
A thrilling and inspirational story of Claudia, mentioned in II Timothy 4:21 of the Bible. She is believed to have been a British princess, daughter of the Celtic chieftain Caractacus. She and her family were captured in 50 A.D., after a fierce battle, taken to Rome in chains, and paraded through the streets in a grand victory celebration. When they appeared before the Emperor Claudius, he set them free, gave them Roman citizenship, and brought them to live in the Imperial palace.
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