Clodia (c. 60 BCE–?)
Clodia (c. 60 bce–?)
Roman noblewoman. Name variations: Claudia. Born c. 60 bce; dau. of Fulvia (c. 85/80–40 bce) and Publius Clodius; stepdau. of Mark Antony (80–30 bce); became 1st wife of Octavian (63 bce–14 ce), later known as Augustus Caesar, emperor of Rome (div.). His 2nd wife was Scribonia; his 3rd was Livia Drusilla (58 bce–29 ce).
See also Women in World History.