Category:Gens Fulvia (Nova Roma)

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FULVIA GENS (of which the older term was Foulvia), plebeian, but one of the most illustrious Roman gentes. According to Cicero (pro Plane. 8, comp. Phil. iii. 6) and Pliny (H. N. vii. 44), this gens had come to Rome from Tusculum, although some members must have remained in their native place, since Fulvii occur at Tusculum as late as the time of Cicero. The gens Fulvia was believed to have received its sacra from Hercules after he had accomplished his twelve labours. The cognomens which occur in this gens in the time of the republic are Bambalio, Centumalus, Curvus, Flaccus, Gillo, Nacca, Nobilior, Paetinus, and Veratius, or Neratius.

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Praenomina

Praenomina commonly used by members of this gens in ancient times were:

Used by the Fulvii Curvi and Flacci:
Gaius, Gnaeus, Lucius, Marcus, Quintus, Servius.
Used by the Fulvii Centumali, Paetini, and Nobiliores:
Gnaeus, Marcus, Quintus, Servius.

In modern times the most common praenomina have been Marcus and Decimus. The praenomina Lucius, Publius, Titus, Tiberius, Sextus, Aulus, Gnaeus, Spurius, Manius, Servius, Appius, Numerius, and Vibius have not been used by the Fulvii in the modern era.

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