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Curia may refer to:
- in Roman antiquity
- Curia, one of the ten subdivisions of each of the three Roman tribes. Also of similar divisions in other cities.
- The building belonging to a Roman curia, serving mainly as its place of worship, see Ancient Roman religion
- the building of the Roman senate, see Curia Julia
- Curia (Roman Catholic Church), a group of officials who assist in the governance of a particular Church within Roman Catholicism
- Roman Curia, the administrative apparatus of the Holy See
- any Ecclesiastical court
- the Middle Latin term for a feudal court, see Court (royal)
- the Middle Latin term for a court of law, see Legal history (medieval)
- The Latin name for Chur, Graubünden, Switzerland
- European Union
- As CURIA - abbreviation (also CVRIA) for Court of Justice of the European Union
People named Curia:
- Curia (wife of Quintus Lucretius) (c. 60 – 5 BC), ancient Roman woman who hid her husband
- Francesco Curia (1538–1610), Italian painter
Projects named CURIA;
- CURIA (Cork University and Royal Irish Academy) was a project at University College Cork to create an online SGML corpus of Irish texts; now known as CELT (Corpus of Electronic Texts)
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