Provincia Brasilia (Nova Roma)

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Cn. Cornelius Lentulus
quaestor pro praetore

Provincia Brasilia consists on macronational territory of Brazil and was created in Fl. Vedio (II) M. Cassio (II) cos. MMDCCLIV a.u.c.. Provincia Brasilia was once among the most active provinces of Nova Roma, giving the republic consuls such as L. Arminius Faustus, praetors like M. Arminius Maior, the annalist of Nova Roma, several senators - mostly belonging to the gens Arminia - and an active local community.

Cn. Cornelius Lentulus, the temporary quaestor pro praetore (governor) of Provincia Brasilia has been chosen by the senate, due to his successful work in revitalizing other inactive subdivisions of Nova Roma, and has been given the task to put back Brasilia to its feet. His task is to reorganize Brasilia, and to give it back to local leaders as soon as possible. His title quaestor pro praetore indicates his temporary governorship, because he was the quaestor of the previous proconsul of Provincia Brasilia who has unfortunately passed away, and quaestor Cn. Lentulus is now standing in for the previous governor by the will of the senate until a permanent successor is found.

Brasilian Community Forum

Please join the official discussion forum in Portuguese language and meet your fellow Brasilian Nova Roman citizens in our Facebook group:

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Vila Pagã

There is an active Nova Roman community within Provincia Brasilia, called Vila Pagã, founded by C. Iulius Lepidus, focusing on indigenous local religions, with a special emphasis on Roman religion, in a syncretistic way. You can learn more about the works of the Brasilian Nova Romans following these links:

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