In 7 AD, Livy was hired to tutor him in history, with the assistance of Sulpicius Flavus.He spent a lot of his time with the latter and the philosopher Athenodorus.
His mother and grandmother quickly put a stop to it, and this may have convinced them that Claudius was not fit for public office.
He could not be trusted to toe the existing party line.
When he returned to the narrative later in life, Claudius skipped over the wars of the second triumvirate altogether.
During his reign the Empire began the conquest of Britain (if the earlier invasions of Britain by Caesar and Caligula's aborted attempts are not counted).
Having a personal interest in law, he presided at public trials, and issued up to twenty edicts a day.
to keep him disciplined, under the logic that his condition was due to laziness and a lack of will-power.