Provincia Britannia - History (Nova Roma)

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Fl. Vedio M. Cassio cos. MMDCCLI a.u.c.

Mense Iunio

Q. Claudia Lucentia Aprica governor

Mense Quinctili


Mense Novembri

 This appears to be the first recorded provincial gathering.

Mense Decembri

 In the event she remained acting governor for another year.


L. Equitio Dec. Iunio cos. MMDCCLII a.u.c.

Q. Claudia Lucentia Aprica governor

Mense Ianuario


  • a.d. IV Id. Ian. a new e-mail list for the province was created.[6]


Mense Februario

  • prid. Kal. Mar. Q. Claudia Lucentia Aprica held a new year's ritual in Oxford. It is not clear whether this was attended by other British citizens beyond her own household.[7]


Mense Iunio

  • prid. Kal. Quin. to a.d. VIII Id. Quin. several citizens of Britannia were caught up in the tumultus.[8]


Mense Quinctili



Mense Sextili



  • a.d. XIII Kal. Sep. governor Q. Claudia Lucentia Aprica made the first move in the province's first game of Ratae (also known as the ludus crescentis matutinidunensis).[13]


Mense Novembri



Q. Maximo M. Minucio cos. MMDCCLIII a.u.c.

Nic. Moravius Vado governor

Mense Ianuario


Mense Februario


Mense Aprile

  • a.d. V Kal. Mai. a provincial meeting was held in London.

Mense Iunio


Mense Quinctili



Mense Septembri


Mense Octobri

  • prid. Kal. Nov. to a.d. VIII Id. Nov. Britannia celebrated the feria Britannalia.[22]


Mense Novembri



Mense Decembri





Fl. Vedio (II) M. Cassio (II) cos. MMDCCLIV a.u.c.

Nic. Moravius Vado governor

Mense Ianuario


Mense Februario



Mense Martio


  • Id. Mar. governor Nic. Moravius Vado and several other Britanni left Nova Roma, taking the contents of the provincial treasury.[33]


Interregnum

Mense Martio


Mense Aprile

  • prid. Non. Apr. the senate failed to agree on the appointment of a new governor.[35]



M. Octavio L. Sulla (II) cos. MMDCCLV a.u.c.

Interregnum

D. Iunius Silanus governor

Mense Februario


Mense Martio


  • a.d. VII Kal. Apr. L. Salix Cicero opened a provincial chat-room.[39]


Mense Decembri



K. Fabio T. Labieno cos. MMDCCLVI a.u.c.

D. Iunius Silanus governor

Mense Ianuario


Mense Februario


Mense Sextili


Mense Septembri



Mense Octobri

  • a.d. V Non. Oct. to a.d. III Non. Oct. a provincial meeting was held in Bournemouth.[47]


Mense Novembri

  • a.d. VIII Id. Nov. Drusus Maxentius Silvanus opened an online temple of Sulis Minerva for the province.[48]


Mense Decembri



Cn. Salice Cn. Equitio cos. MMDCCLVII a.u.c.

D. Iunius Silanus governor

Mense Ianuario



Mense Februario


Mense Aprili


C. Fabia Livia governor

Mense Iunio


  • a.d. VI Kal. Quin. to a.d. V Kal. Quin. a provincial meeting was held in Deva (Chester).[56]

 A provincial emblem and motto were chosen, and C. Moravius Laureatus Armoricus and A. Apollonius Cordus were re-appointed legati.

Mense Quinctili

  • a.d. XIV Kal. Sex. a new provincial e-mail list and a new provincial website were created.[57]


Mense Sextili


Mense Octobri

  • a.d. XV Kal. Nov. the first 'Active Latin' course began in the Academia Thules, taught by A. Gratius Avitus.



  • a.d. III Kal. Nov. to prid. Kal. Nov. a provincial meeting was held in Londinium (London).[61]

 It was attended by special guest consul Cn. Salix Astur.

Mense Decembri


Fr. Apulo C. Laenate cos. MMDCCLVIII a.u.c.

C. Fabia Livia governor

Mense Ianuario


Mense Martio

  • a.d. III Non. Mar. to prid. Non. Mar. a provincial meeting was held near Pons Aelii (Newcastle).

Mense Decembri


C. Buteone Po. Minucia cos. MMDCCLIX a.u.c.

C. Livia governor

Mense Martio

Mense Aprili



Mense Sextili


L. Arminio Ti. Galerio cos. MMDCCLX a.u.c.

C. Livia governor

Mense Februario

Interregnum

M. Moravio T. Iulio cos. MMDCCLXI a.u.c.

A. Apollonius Cordus governor

References

  1. The senatus consultum.
  2. Announcement of the banquet; report of the banquet.
  3. Announcement.
  4. Announcement of results.
  5. His oath of office.
  6. The archives of the list.
  7. A report of the ritual.
  8. Comments on the tumultus by M. Mucius; comments by Q. Claudia.
  9. The announcement.
  10. Text of the scheme.
  11. The accouncement.
  12. The announcement.
  13. The historic first move; the rules of the game.
  14. The announcement.
  15. The winning move (a Venusian reverse-final progression with a Coritanian switch).
  16. The senatus consultum.
  17. The edictum.
  18. The report.
  19. The edictum.
  20. The edictum.
  21. The edictum.
  22. The opening of the festival; a report.
  23. A report.
  24. The announcement.
  25. The edictum.
  26. The announcement.
  27. The website; the announcement.
  28. The announcement; but there is some doubt as to the election of M. Scaevola, for which see his biographical article.
  29. The edictum.
  30. The edictum.
  31. The announcement.
  32. The senatus consultum.
  33. A statement by one of the departed.
  34. The archives of the list.
  35. The senatus consultum.
  36. The edictum, which purports to appoint T. Sertorius governor with full powers but in fact did not do so since Fl. Vedius had no power to make such an appointment.
  37. The senatus consultum; his inaugural message.
  38. The edictum de regionibus; the edictum de ordinationibus.
  39. The announcement.
  40. The announcement.
  41. The announcement.
  42. The edictum.
  43. The announcement; the website.
  44. The announcement.
  45. The senatus consultum; the governor's reaction.
  46. The edictum.
  47. The schedule; a report of the meeting.
  48. The temple; the announcement.
  49. The announcement.
  50. The announcement.
  51. The edictum.
  52. The newsletter; the announcement.
  53. The announcement.
  54. The second issue.
  55. The senatus consultum.
  56. Some recollections of the meeting; and some more.
  57. The announcement; the new e-mail list; the governor's welcome to the new list; the new website.
  58. The edictum.
  59. The announcement.
  60. The hitrd issue.
  61. Some recollections of the meeting.
  62. The announcement.
  63. The announcement.
  64. The announcement.
  65. The fourth issue.
  66. Vox Romana.

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