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[[Nova Roma]] is an organization dedicated to the study and restoration of ancient Roman culture. From its legendary founding in 753 BCE to 330 CE, when it ceased to be the center of Imperial authority, Rome set the standard and laid the foundation for our modern Western civilization. '''[[Res Publica Novae Romae|Learn more...]]'''
 
[[Nova Roma]] is an organization dedicated to the study and restoration of ancient Roman culture. From its legendary founding in 753 BCE to 330 CE, when it ceased to be the center of Imperial authority, Rome set the standard and laid the foundation for our modern Western civilization. '''[[Res Publica Novae Romae|Learn more...]]'''
  
 
'''Quick links:''' [[FAQ]] - ''[[:Category:Tabularium (Nova Roma)|Tabularium]]'' - ''[[Aerarium Saturni (Nova Roma)|Aerarium Saturni]]'' - [[{{CURRENTYEAR}}|Magistrates]] - [[:Category:Senators (Nova Roma)|Senators]] - ''[[Provincia (Nova Roma)|Provincia]]e'' - [[Annals (Nova Roma) | Annals of Nova Roma]] - ''[[Ager Publicus (Nova Roma)|Ager Publicus]]'' - [http://www.novaroma.org/civitas/album Album Civium] - ''[[Fasti_MMDCCLX|Fasti MMDCCLX]]''}}
 
'''Quick links:''' [[FAQ]] - ''[[:Category:Tabularium (Nova Roma)|Tabularium]]'' - ''[[Aerarium Saturni (Nova Roma)|Aerarium Saturni]]'' - [[{{CURRENTYEAR}}|Magistrates]] - [[:Category:Senators (Nova Roma)|Senators]] - ''[[Provincia (Nova Roma)|Provincia]]e'' - [[Annals (Nova Roma) | Annals of Nova Roma]] - ''[[Ager Publicus (Nova Roma)|Ager Publicus]]'' - [http://www.novaroma.org/civitas/album Album Civium] - ''[[Fasti_MMDCCLX|Fasti MMDCCLX]]''}}
  
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Sometimes called "Roman Paganism", the modern practice of the ''Cultus Deorum Romanorum'' is an attempt to [[reconstructionism|reconstruct]] the ancient religion of the Romans as closely as possible, making as few concessions to modern sensibilities as possible. '''[[Cultus Deorum Romanorum|Learn more...]]'''
 
Sometimes called "Roman Paganism", the modern practice of the ''Cultus Deorum Romanorum'' is an attempt to [[reconstructionism|reconstruct]] the ancient religion of the Romans as closely as possible, making as few concessions to modern sensibilities as possible. '''[[Cultus Deorum Romanorum|Learn more...]]'''
  
 
'''Quick links:''' ''[[:Category:Religio Romana (Nova Roma)|Cultus Deorum]]'' - [[Priests (Nova Roma)|Priests and Priesthoods]] - [[:Category:Ritus|Rites and Rituals]] - [[Roman Calendar]] - ''[[Comitia Curiata (Nova Roma)|Comitia Curiata]]''}}
 
'''Quick links:''' ''[[:Category:Religio Romana (Nova Roma)|Cultus Deorum]]'' - [[Priests (Nova Roma)|Priests and Priesthoods]] - [[:Category:Ritus|Rites and Rituals]] - [[Roman Calendar]] - ''[[Comitia Curiata (Nova Roma)|Comitia Curiata]]''}}
  
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There are many ways to be involved in civic life in Nova Roma. Choose the way that fits your style and interests.  
 
There are many ways to be involved in civic life in Nova Roma. Choose the way that fits your style and interests.  
 
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''Via Romana'' refers to the study and practice of Roman culture. This includes the study and use the Latin language, the study and reenactment of Roman arts (including historical military reenactment), the production of Roman drama, the study of Roman history, and a wide variety of other pursuits. It is as part of the ''via Romana'' that citizens are expected to take up [[Roman name]]s for use within our society.
 
''Via Romana'' refers to the study and practice of Roman culture. This includes the study and use the Latin language, the study and reenactment of Roman arts (including historical military reenactment), the production of Roman drama, the study of Roman history, and a wide variety of other pursuits. It is as part of the ''via Romana'' that citizens are expected to take up [[Roman name]]s for use within our society.
  

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NOVA ROMA
Dedicated to the restoration of classical Roman religion, culture and virtues

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Hodié a.d. III Non. Dec. Q. Arrio (II) T. Domitio (III) cos. MMDCCLXXIII a.u.c. est. "B"


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RES PUBLICA

Nova Roma is an organization dedicated to the study and restoration of ancient Roman culture. From its legendary founding in 753 BCE to 330 CE, when it ceased to be the center of Imperial authority, Rome set the standard and laid the foundation for our modern Western civilization. Learn more...

Quick links: FAQ - Tabularium - Aerarium Saturni - Magistrates - Senators - Provinciae - Annals of Nova Roma - Ager Publicus - Album Civium - Fasti MMDCCLX

CULTUS DEORUM

Sometimes called "Roman Paganism", the modern practice of the Cultus Deorum Romanorum is an attempt to reconstruct the ancient religion of the Romans as closely as possible, making as few concessions to modern sensibilities as possible. Learn more...

Quick links: Cultus Deorum - Priests and Priesthoods - Rites and Rituals - Roman Calendar - Comitia Curiata

VITA CIVICA

There are many ways to be involved in civic life in Nova Roma. Choose the way that fits your style and interests. Learn more...

Quick links: Community Forum - Sodalitates - Military reenactments - Academia Thules - Macellum - Events for Romans

VIA ROMANA

Via Romana refers to the study and practice of Roman culture. This includes the study and use the Latin language, the study and reenactment of Roman arts (including historical military reenactment), the production of Roman drama, the study of Roman history, and a wide variety of other pursuits. It is as part of the via Romana that citizens are expected to take up Roman names for use within our society.


BECOMING A CITIZEN
CURRENT EVENTS
L. Arminio Ti. Galerio cos. (MMDCCLX a.u.c.)
a.d. III Non. Dec.

The censor Cn. Cornelius Lentulus Alexander, proconsul, pater patriae died on a.d. XVI Kal. Quin. . His Roman funeral will be arranged next year with due pomp.


The Ludi Plebeii are celebrated on our forum with games: read the announements.


Aediles M. Aurelius Cotta Iovius and P. Annaeus Constantinus Placidus have conducted the LUDI ROMANI with a real Epulum Iovis ceremony


Join the Nova Roman guest-friendship project.

Watch videos about Nova Roma on YouTube

Watch amazing photos of Nova Roman wedding ceremonies, a consecration of an augur, and an inauguration of a templum




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Modern grave marker of an unknown Roman girl, London.


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