Gnaeus Equitius Marinus (Nova Roma)

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'''Cn. Equitius Marinus''' was a praetorial, consular, and censorial senator of Nova Roma.  
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One of the most exemplary magistrates and citizens of [[Nova Roma]], '''Cn. Equitius Marinus''' was a praetorial, consular, and censorial senator. Cn. Marinus Censorius was the second person ever, in the history of the Roman revival commonwealth, to be appointed '''''[[dictator (Nova Roma)|dictator]]''''' of Nova Roma. He was appointed to solve the internal crisis that was called [[the Second "Civil War" of Nova Roma]], but he hasn't exercised his office, and stepped down before taking the oath, citing legal reasons.
  
From Provincia Mediatlantica, he has served as ''aedilis curulis'' and ''propraetor'' before being admitted to the [[Senate (Nova Roma)|senate]] upon election to his consulship. Cn. Marinus, often mentioned as "Censorius", received an official recognition from the senate for his various merits in the service of Nova Roma. The senate honoured him with 10 additional century points and the with the right of wearing a laurel wreath in his ''album civium'' profile.
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From Provincia Mediatlantica, he has served as ''aedilis curulis'' and ''pro praetore'' before being admitted to the [[Senate (Nova Roma)|senate]] upon election to his consulship. Cn. Marinus, often called as "Censorius" for his extraordinary sense of duty when serving as ''censor'' and for his general character, received an official recognition from the senate for his various merits in the service of Nova Roma. The senate honored him with 10 additional [[census points]] and the with the right of wearing a laurel wreath in his ''album civium'' profile.
  
He resigned after the failed Coup attempt and Civil War of 2010 - when an attempt to appoint him dictator of Nova Roma was proven to be illegal and crushed.
 
  
 
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One of the most exemplary magistrates and citizens of Nova Roma, Cn. Equitius Marinus was a praetorial, consular, and censorial senator. Cn. Marinus Censorius was the second person ever, in the history of the Roman revival commonwealth, to be appointed dictator of Nova Roma. He was appointed to solve the internal crisis that was called the Second "Civil War" of Nova Roma, but he hasn't exercised his office, and stepped down before taking the oath, citing legal reasons.

From Provincia Mediatlantica, he has served as aedilis curulis and pro praetore before being admitted to the senate upon election to his consulship. Cn. Marinus, often called as "Censorius" for his extraordinary sense of duty when serving as censor and for his general character, received an official recognition from the senate for his various merits in the service of Nova Roma. The senate honored him with 10 additional census points and the with the right of wearing a laurel wreath in his album civium profile.


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