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Revision as of 09:03, 18 February 2008

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These are the Annals of Nova Roma, from its founding Fl. Vedio M. Cassio cos. MMDCCLI a.u.c. to the present.

The Roman numeral for each year links to a page with the events and magistrates of that year.


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

Februarius

  • prid. Kal. Mar. Nova Roma begins with the publishing of the Declaration.

Martius

  • Kal. Mar. The Republic of Nova Roma is founded. The earliest citizen dates in the Album Civium are from the March Kalends of this year.

Sextilis

September

Resignation of Germanicus

November

Return of Germanicus


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

It was a particularly eventful year in the history of Nova Roma, including a so-called Civil War, removal of a Consul, appointment of a Dictator, and a completely new Constitution.

Ianuarius

Februarius

Martius

Aprilis

Maius

Iunius

Quinctilis

Dictatorship of MMDCCLII

Sextilis

September

October

November

December

Gallery


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

Ianuarius

Februarius

Martius

Aprilis

Maius

Iunius

Quinctilis

Sextilis

September

October

Candidates for MMDCCLIV

November

December

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

Ianuarius

Februarius

Martius

Aprilis

Maius

Iunius

Quinctilis

Sextilis

September

October

November

December

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

Ianuarius

  • Nova Roma incorporated in Maine, USA.
  • Consul M. Octavius proposed the title "Pater Patriae" for each of the two founders, who had also just finished their second consulships, and this was overwhelmingly approved by the Senate.

Februarius

Martius

P. Vedia Serena and Pater Patriae Flavius Vedius Germanicus both resigned citizenship on Id. Mar. when the senate fails to vote to include P. Vedia in their number.

Aprilis

Maius

Iunius

A conflict arose between the two Consuls, on the issue of the Censores power. Consul L. Cornelius had privately shown M. Octavius a proposed lex that would substantially modify the Censores' power to create Senators, in some cases, making adlection automatic, even against the wishes of the Senators. M. Octavius opposed this - thinking it was retaliation for the Censores' actions in the events three months prior - and privately insisted that the proposal be modified, or it would be vetoed. When Consul Cornelius finally posted a call for votes, however, the text included several of the features that the two had agreed would be removed, and Octavius vetoed it within hours. This ended a truce that had existed between the two Consuls, and for much of the remainder of their term, they quarrelled publicly and privately.

Quinctilis

Sextilis

September

October

November

December

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

Ianuarius

Februarius

Martius

Aprilis

Maius

Iunius

Quinctilis

Sextilis

September

October

November

December

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

Ianuarius

Februarius

Martius

Aprilis

Maius

Iunius

Quinctilis

Sextilis

September

October

November

December

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

Ianuarius

Februarius

Martius

Aprilis

Maius

Iunius

Quinctilis

Sextilis

September

October

November

December

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

Ianuarius

Februarius

Martius

Aprilis

  • Nova Roman and Italian citizens celebrated the birthday of Rome in the Eternal City.

April 4th to April 10th, Megalesia

Maius

Iunius

  • Problems with a citizen by the name of Appius Claudius Priscus reached a high point in Iunius. Consul Gaius Fabius Buteo Modianus tried to call the senate to expel this citizen, as well as put together a court to expel this citizen -- both endeavors were unsuccessful. Consul Gaius Fabius Buteo Modianus did issue several Edicts as a result of this citizen: Edictum III: On Fascism, Edictum IV: On Representing Nova Roma, and Edictum VI: Regarding Appius Claudius Priscus.[2] The citizen in question eventually resigned from Nova Roma on his own.

Quinctilis

Sextilis

  • The V Conventus Novae Romae was held in Britannia, near Hadrian's Wall. Citizens from Britain, continental Europe, and North America attended.
  • Senator Lucius Arminius Faustus returned to the Republic's public life, one year after he announced he would have to withdraw from public life due to private changes.

September

  • Nova Roma was represented and promoted by Provincia Italia during the Mercato della Centuriazione in Villadose (RV), the greatest reenacting event in Italy.

October

November

December

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

Ianuarius

Februarius

Martius

Aprilis

Maius

Iunius

Quinctilis

Sextilis

September

October

Reports of provincial governors

Provincial governors issue reports to the senate.

November

December

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

Ianuarius

Februarius

Martius

Aprilis

Maius

Iunius

  • M. Moravius Piscinus called the Senate to assemble to discuss on all matters related to the finances of Nova Roma.
  • Nova Roman official delegation participates in the Roman reenactment festival "The Eagle on the Danube" at the ancient city of Novae (modern Svishtov, Bulgaria). See the event details

Quinctilis

Sextilis

I have been asked by Senator Marcus Cassius Julianus to make the following announcement to Nova Roma. The Senator will immediately begin a two year interval / hiatus of activity from Nova Roma for a combination of personal concerns and a burgeoning business practice.

September

October

The Collegium Pontificum reported the following results:

- Responsum Pontificum de Diebus was revised.
- M. Moravius Piscinus Horatianus was appointed Pontifex Maximus.
- The blessing and warm regards of the Pontifices and of the sacerdotes of Nova Roma extended to the marriage of Gaia Valeria Pulchra to Gaius Tullius Valerianus Germanicus to be held in anno A. U. C. MMDCCLXI die pristini Kalendas Novembres, M. Moravio T. Iulio cos. MMDCCLXI a.u.c..
- Consul Titus Iulius Sabinus was adlected as Pontifex.
- Sacerdos Concordiae Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus was adlected as Pontifex.
- Sacerdos Mentis Marca Hortensia Maior Fabiana, was approved as Flaminica Carmentalis.
- Sacerdos Musae Octavianus Titinius was approved as Flamen Furrinalis and as Sacerdos Dianae.
- Gaius Petronius Dexter was approved as Flamen Portunalis.
- Legatus pro Praetor Sarmatiae Marcus Octavius Corvus was approved as Sacerdos Iovis.

Reports of provincial governors

Provincial governors issue reports to the senate.

November

December

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