Origin : Ancient Roman,

Pronunciation : AP-pi-uws (Ancient Roman), AP-ee-əs (English)  ,

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Numerology information Appius:

numerologyName Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive


Additional information Appius:

additionalThis was a Roman praenomen, or given name, used predominantly by the clan Claudia. Its etymology is unknown. A famous bearer of this name was Appius Claudius Caecus, a Roman statesman of the 3rd century BC. He was responsible for the Aqua Appia (the first Roman aqueduct) and the Appian Way (a road between Rome and Capua), both of which were named for him.


Books about Appius:

booksAppius and Virginia; A Tragedy [In Five Acts and in Verse]. by John Webster (Feb 24, 2011)

books[Appius and Virginia; a tragedy [in five acts and in verse].] by Dramatist. John Webster (Mar 18, 2010)

booksAppius Claudius Caecus: An entry from Gale's Science and Its Times by James J. Hoffmann (2001)

booksAppius Claudius Caecus : La République accomplie

booksAppius and Virginia Acted at the Dukes Theater Under the Name of the Roman Virgin, Or, Unjust Judge, a Tragedy... by John Webster (Dec 13, 2010)

booksAppius Claudius: Trauerspiel In 5 Aufzügen (German Edition) by J. Forrer (Aug 31, 2011)

booksAppius and Virginia Acted at the Dukes Theater Under the Name of the Roman Virgin, Or, Unjust Judge: A Tragedy... by John Webster (Jan 2, 2011)


Wiki information Appius:

Appius Claudius Caecus
Politician, Person, Author, Deceased Person

Appius Claudius Caecus was a Roman politician from a wealthy patrician family. He was dictator himself and the son of Gaius Claudius Crassus, who was briefly dictator in 337 BC.


Appius is a Latin praenomen, or personal name, usually abbreviated Ap. or sometimes App., and best known as a result of its extensive use by the patrician gens Claudia. The feminine form is Appia. The praenomen also gave rise to the patronymic gens...