Flamen (Nova Roma)

From NovaRoma
Jump to: navigation, search

 Home| Latíné | Deutsch | Español | Français | Italiano | Magyar | Português | Română | Русский | English

This article is a stub. Can you help by expanding it?

Contents

The Flamen

The sources tell us that the flamen (pl., flamines) was a sacerdos proper, and who was dedicated to the service of a particular deity. A number of sources fix the number of flamines at fifteen (three maiores and twelve minores), however the names of only twelve of these are known with certainty.

Album Flaminum

Listed here are all the flaminates of Nova Roma, together with a listing of the office holders and their terms of service.

Flamines Maiores

Flamen Dialis

(not yet held)

Flamen Martialis

from pr. Non. Quint. L. Equitio Dec. Iunio cos. MMDCCLII a.u.c.

Flamen Quirinalis

  • Marcus Cornelius Scriptor
from Q. Maximo M. Minucio cos. MMDCCLIII a.u.c. to ?
from K. Fabio T. Labieno cos. MMDCCLVI a.u.c.

Flamines Minores

Flamen Carmentalis

Flamen Cerealis

from a.d. V Kal. Dec. Q. Maximo M. Minucio cos. MMDCCLIII a.u.c.
to Id. Mar. Fl. Vedio (II) M. Cassio (II) cos. MMDCCLIV a.u.c.
from pr. Non. Sex. Cn. Salvio Cn. Equitio cos. MMDCCLVII a.u.c.

Flamen Falacer

Flamen Florealis

  • Nicolaus Moravius Vado
from a.d. XII Kal. Iun. Q. Maximo M. Minucio cos. MMDCCLIII a.u.c.

Flamen Furrinalis

from C. Buteone Po. Minucia cos. MMDCCLIX a.u.c. to L. Arminio Ti. Galerio cos. MMDCCLX a.u.c.

Flamen Palatualis

Flamen Pomonalis

from a.d. V Id. Oct. M. Octavio L. Sulla (II) cos. MMDCCLV a.u.c.

Flamen Portunalis

  • Marcus Arcadius Pius
from a.d. IV Kal. Feb. Fl. Vedio (II) M. Cassio (II) cos. MMDCCLIV a.u.c.

Flamen Volcanalis

  • Marcus Equitius Paternus
from a.d. III Id. Mai. M. Octavio L. Sulla (II) cos. MMDCCLV a.u.c.

Flamen Volturnalis

from a.d. XII Kal. Feb. Cn. Salvio Cn. Equitio cos. MMDCCLVII a.u.c.
to a.d. XVII Kal. Mai. M. Moravio T. Iulio cos. MMDCCLXI a.u.c.

Vide

The Flamen 
(J. Vanggaard / 1988 / ISBN 8772890592) Gathers together all the known evidence on the Roman flamines.
Personal tools