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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
CLAUDIA (PERSON) [Gk Klaudia (Κλαυδια)]. A Christian woman who was in contact with Paul during the imprisonment referred to in the Pastorals, probably in Rome, although Caesarea has also been defended (2 Tim 4:21). Claudia, along with Pudens and Linus after whom she is mentioned, sent greetings to Timothy.
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Claudia klồdē-ə [Gk. Klaudia]. A member of the Christian congregation at Rome, who with other members of that church sent her greetings through Paul to Timothy (2 Tim. 4:21). More than this concerning her cannot be said with certainty. The ApostConst (vii.21) name her as the mother of Linus, mentioned
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
CLAUDIA. A Christian woman at Rome who sent her greetings to Timothy (2 Tim 4:21). This is all that Scripture tells of her. Legend has made her the mother of Linus, mentioned in the same verse (Apostolical Constitutions vii, 21), and identified by Irenaeus and Eusebius as a bishop of Rome.So great a
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
CLAUDIA. A Roman Christian, greeting Timothy (2 Tim. 4:21); in some imaginative reconstructions the wife of *Pudens, and even, on the bad authority of Apostolic Constitutions 7.2.6, mother of *Linus. Alford, in loc., identifies Timothy’s friend with the British Claudia, whose marriage with one Pudens
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Claudia [klôˊdĭ ə] (Gk. Klaudia, feminine form from Lat. Claudius). A Christian woman living at Rome, who, together with other Christians, sent her greetings to Timothy via Paul (2 Tim. 4:21), according to later tradition, the wife of the Pudens and the mother of the Linus mentioned in the same
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
CLAU´DIA (klawʹdi-a; feminine of “Claudius”). A Christian woman mentioned in 2 Tim. 4:21. By some she is thought to have been the daughter of the British king Cogidunus, and the wife of Pudens (mentioned in the same verse), having been sent to Rome to be educated; that there she was the protégée of