Category:Gens Cominia (Nova Roma)

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COMINIA GENS, plebeian. If Postumus or Postimiius Cominius Auruncus, consul in b. c. 501, belonged to this gens, it must have been patrician originally; but it is probable that he was a mem­ber of the Postumia gens, as Valerius Maximus (de Nom. Rat.} mentions him as an instance in which the praenomens and cognomens are con­founded in the consular Fasti. Cominius also occurs as a cognomen of the Pontii. None of the members of the Cominia gens obtained any of the higher offices of the state.

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Praenomina

The most commonly used praenomen among members of this gens in ancient times was Titus.

There have not yet been any members of this gens in Nova Roma.

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