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Praefectus Italiae



Italia in Nova Roma comprises Italy and the Urbs of Rome. Italia hosted the I and IV Conventus Novae Romae in Europa Fr. Apulo C. Laenate cos. MMDCCLVIII a.u.c., in Bologna and Rome.

The official language is Italian but we welcome any citizen who would like to communicate with us. The flag was designed by C. Quirinus Longinus Minor and entitled PAENINSULA ITALICA, is composed of our representative symbols, the map of Italy over the golden crown of Nova Roma on a purple background.

M' Constantinus Serapio composed the hymn, "Coram Deis", composed for an orchestra of 5 tubae, 1 tympanum and cymbali. The song is a triumphal parade, the rebirth of Romans on the Italian land. Listen to Coram Deis at http://italia.novaroma.org/images/capitolinus/inno-italia.mid

Italia is protected by Dea Roma, under the clothes of Minerva as shown on the Altare della Patria in Rome. She's Dea Italia too and she represents Italy today. She is the religious aim of any Italic citizen and the historical origins of the peninsula. Under her name and protection, the great aims of the Patres Patriae made great actions and her exaltation was the basis for the Res Publica: "primus inter pares", because only Rome is superior to you, and "civis romanus sum", being the proud witness of the Romanitas, are the sentences which represents the importance of Dea Roma as well as possible.

Urbs

Following what written in the Lex Fabia de oppidis et municipiis, the citizens living in the city of Rome and in its surrounding area created the local Nova Roman community called officially [[Oppidum Urbs Romae (Nova Roma)|Urbs].

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