Category:Gens Manlia (Nova Roma)
MANLIA GENS, one of the most ancient and celebrated of the patrician gentes at Rome. Subsequently we find some plebeians of this name. This name is frequently confounded with those of Maliius and Manilius. [Mallia gens and Manilia gens.] The first member of this gens who obtained the consulship was Cn. Manlius Cincinnatus, who was consul in b. c. 480 ; and from that time down to the last century of the republic, some of its members constantly filled the higher offices of the state. The family-names of the Manlii under the republic were:Acidinus, Capitolinus, Cincinnatus, Torquatus, Vulso.
On coins the only cognomens are Torquatus and Ser.; the latter of which is variously interpreted to signify Serranus, Serratus or Sergia: the last name would indicate the Sergian tribe.
Praenomina commonly used by members of this gens in ancient times were:
- Used by the Manlii Vulsones:
- Aulus, Gnaeus, Lucius, Marcus, Publius, Quintus.
- Used by the Manlii Capitolini:
- Aulus, Gaius, Gnaeus, Lucius, Marcus, Publius, Titus.
- Used by the Manlii Torquati:
- Aulus, Lucius, Titus.
- Used by the Manlii Acidini:
In modern times the most common praenomina have been Sextus and Manius. The praenomina Lucius, Marcus, Publius, Quintus, Tiberius, Decimus, Gnaeus, Spurius, Servius, Appius, Numerius, and Vibius have not been used by the Manlii in the modern era.
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