Officina aedilium plebis MMDCCLX/Ludi Plebeii

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In Nova Roma, the plebeian games are conducted by the [[Aedilis Plebis (Nova Roma)|plebeian aediles]], elected by the ''[[Comitia (Nova Roma)|comitia populi tributa]]''. The games usually feature a variety of activities in which citizens may partake, including literary and general knowledge contests and racing in Nova Roma's virtual circus.
 
In Nova Roma, the plebeian games are conducted by the [[Aedilis Plebis (Nova Roma)|plebeian aediles]], elected by the ''[[Comitia (Nova Roma)|comitia populi tributa]]''. The games usually feature a variety of activities in which citizens may partake, including literary and general knowledge contests and racing in Nova Roma's virtual circus.
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4th of November (pr.non.nov. C)
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-at the year of 220 BC C. Flamininus built a race-track into the Campus Martius (= Circus Flamininus), he was a radical plebeijan politician with great support from the plebs.
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-theater day
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5th of November (non.nov. F)
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-theater day
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6th of November (a.d.VIII.id.nov. F, dies ater)
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-theater day
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7th of November (a.d.VII.id.nov. C)
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-theater day
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-note: this was the delivery day of Cicero's 1st speech against Catilina
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8th of November (a.d.VI.id.nov. C ,dies religiosus)
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-Mundus patet, the entrance to Mundus is open, the spirits of the deads can access our world
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-theater day
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-in the imperial era this was the birthday of emperor Nerva and Constantinus, and for them there was a 48 start chariot race in Circus Maximus
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9th of November (a.d.V.id.nov. C)
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-theater day
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10th of November (a.d.IV.id.nov. C)
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-theater day
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11th of November (a.d.III.id.nov. C)
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-theater day
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12th of November (pr.id.nov. C)
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-theater day
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13th of November (id.nov. NP)
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-Feriae Jovi, Jovi epulum = banquet for Jupiter
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-in the imperial era there was a 30 start chariot race at Circus Maximus
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-at 13th of November 181 BC was consacrated temple for goddess Pietas in the future place of the theater of Marcellus -> Consul Manilius Acilius Glabrio promised to to do so before the battle of Thermopylai in 191 BC if he wins Antiochos, his son paid that promise and in the temple there was a golden statue of his father.
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14th of November (a.d.XVIII.kal.dec. F, dies ater)
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-Equorum probatio, a horse show -> cavalry parade similar to Transvectio Equitum
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15th of November (a.d.XVII.kal.dec. C)
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-chariot races
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16th of November (a.d.XVI.kal.dec. C)
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-chariot races
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17th of November (a.d.XV.kal.dec. C)
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-end of the festivities
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-in the imperial era this was the birthday of emperor Vespasianus, and there was chariot race at Circus Maximus 24 starts
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For the ''ludi plebeii'' in ''Roma Antiqua'' see ''[[ludi plebeii]]''
 
For the ''ludi plebeii'' in ''Roma Antiqua'' see ''[[ludi plebeii]]''

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The "plebeian games" 4th - 17th November

In Nova Roma, the plebeian games are conducted by the plebeian aediles, elected by the comitia populi tributa. The games usually feature a variety of activities in which citizens may partake, including literary and general knowledge contests and racing in Nova Roma's virtual circus.


4th of November (pr.non.nov. C)

-at the year of 220 BC C. Flamininus built a race-track into the Campus Martius (= Circus Flamininus), he was a radical plebeijan politician with great support from the plebs.

-theater day


5th of November (non.nov. F)

-theater day


6th of November (a.d.VIII.id.nov. F, dies ater)

-theater day


7th of November (a.d.VII.id.nov. C)

-theater day

-note: this was the delivery day of Cicero's 1st speech against Catilina


8th of November (a.d.VI.id.nov. C ,dies religiosus)

-Mundus patet, the entrance to Mundus is open, the spirits of the deads can access our world

-theater day

-in the imperial era this was the birthday of emperor Nerva and Constantinus, and for them there was a 48 start chariot race in Circus Maximus


9th of November (a.d.V.id.nov. C)

-theater day


10th of November (a.d.IV.id.nov. C)

-theater day


11th of November (a.d.III.id.nov. C)

-theater day


12th of November (pr.id.nov. C)

-theater day


13th of November (id.nov. NP)

-Feriae Jovi, Jovi epulum = banquet for Jupiter

-in the imperial era there was a 30 start chariot race at Circus Maximus

-at 13th of November 181 BC was consacrated temple for goddess Pietas in the future place of the theater of Marcellus -> Consul Manilius Acilius Glabrio promised to to do so before the battle of Thermopylai in 191 BC if he wins Antiochos, his son paid that promise and in the temple there was a golden statue of his father.


14th of November (a.d.XVIII.kal.dec. F, dies ater)

-Equorum probatio, a horse show -> cavalry parade similar to Transvectio Equitum


15th of November (a.d.XVII.kal.dec. C)

-chariot races


16th of November (a.d.XVI.kal.dec. C)

-chariot races


17th of November (a.d.XV.kal.dec. C)

-end of the festivities

-in the imperial era this was the birthday of emperor Vespasianus, and there was chariot race at Circus Maximus 24 starts


For the ludi plebeii in Roma Antiqua see ludi plebeii

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