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Q. Arrius Nauta currently serves Nova Roma as consul. In Pannonia, he is a long standing staff member of the governor, working as scriba. He also serves as a soldier ranking tesserarius in the Legio XXI Rapax, but his general contributions to Nova Roma in Pannonia are significant in all aspects of promoting Nova Roma and organizing civic life within the province.
In macronational life, Q. Arrius served in the Armed Forces, within the Navy (River Fleet), hence his cognomen. Q. Arrius learned Latin in high school, which gave a solid ground for his amateur erudition of Roman studies.
In his capacity as aedilis curulis, Q. Arrius published the Nuntii Arrii Aedilician Newsletter, and he organized the Ludi Romani 2768 AUC.
Q. Arrius Nauta, legionary soldier of Legio XXI Rapax, prepares to serve as a member of the honour guard, and to witness the confarreationes at Sarmatian Days.
Q. Arrius Nauta holds the front line of the at the greatest annual Nova Roma event in Pannonia, the Floralia Aquincensia Nova Romana.
Q. Arrius Nauta, wearing toga pulla, surrounded by Nova Roma citizens, drinks from the Roman gourd at the heat of the Floralia Aquincensia Nova Romana.
Q. Arrius Nauta, wearing toga pulla, participating in the Roman clothing historical display, together with Sp. Porcius and M. Metellus.