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Twelve Emperors by Suetonius

Claudius, Chapter 19: The Papia-Poppaean law.
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To a citizen of Rome he [Note 1] gave an exemptions from the penalty of the Papia-Poppaean Law to one who had only the Latin rights of citizenship, and to women the rights which by law belonged to those who had four children: which enactments are in force to this day.

Note 1: he = Claudius

civi vacationem legis Papiae Poppaeae, Latino ius Quiritium, feminis ius IIII liberorum; quae constituta hodieque servantur.