Interestingly, Claudius does not ask Livia about the death of his fiancée, Livia Medullina Camilla. It is also interesting that, if we believe Claudius's account of this conversation with Livia, we must assume her (that is, the fictional character, not the historical one) to have been guilty of most of the murders that he suspected her of. The question for the reader is: do we trust Claudius at this point, given what we know about his background, and his feelings about his grandmother? He goes on to say that "it all seemed like a drunken dream." Perhaps it was?