List of Roman nomina

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This is a list of Roman nomina. The nomen identified all free Roman citizens as members of individual gentes, originally families sharing a single nomen and claiming descent from a common ancestor. Over centuries, a gens could expand from a single family to a large clan, potentially including hundreds or even thousands of members. Some of these may have been the descendants of freedmen or persons who entered the gens through adoption, while in other cases, different families that had assumed the same nomen in the distant past became confused with one another, and came to be regarded as a single gens.

In the following list, "I" and "J" are treated as separate letters, as are "U" and "V". The letter "K" was rare in Latin, and the few nomina occasionally spelled with this letter were usually spelled with "C". No Roman gentes began with "X", and the letters "Y" and "Z" occurred only in names borrowed from Greek. The letter "W" did not exist in Classical Latin. Nomina are given in the masculine form—the form borne by all male members of a gens. The gentes themselves were grammatically feminine. Those nomina representing gentes for which separate articles exist are linked to those articles; those belonging to only one or two individuals, or known from only a few inscriptions, are not usually linked, but may be cited to the inscriptions in which they are attested.

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ CIL XIII, 1674, CIL XIII, 1675.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g CIL X, 3699.
  3. ^ CIL XI, 3254.
  4. ^ a b CIL VI, 1057.
  5. ^ CIL XI, 710.
  6. ^ CIL VI, 32627
  7. ^ CIL VIII, 17337.
  8. ^ a b c EDCS, 574.
  9. ^ CIL XIII, 7978.
  10. ^ a b CIL XI, 6390.
  11. ^ CIL V, 6518.
  12. ^ CIL VIII, 26735, CIL VIII, 27359.
  13. ^ CIL V, 708.
  14. ^ a b CIL V, 890.
  15. ^ a b c d CIL X, 4719.
  16. ^ BCTH, 1954-169.
  17. ^ CIL XIV, 3654.
  18. ^ a b CIL X, 6331
  19. ^ a b CIL XI, 3613.
  20. ^ AE 1979, 89.
  21. ^ Inscriptiones Aquileiae, i. 680.
  22. ^ CIL X, 4325.
  23. ^ CIL VIII, 24980.
  24. ^ MAD, 225.
  25. ^ BCTH, 1909-186.
  26. ^ a b CIL VIII, 12041.
  27. ^ CIL XI, 4988.
  28. ^ CIL XI, 6206.
  29. ^ CIL I, 2704.
  30. ^ CIL X, 4852.
  31. ^ CIL VI, 975.
  32. ^ a b c CIL VI, 20792.
  33. ^ Hispania Epigraphica, 2011, 369.
  34. ^ Inscriptions Latines de L'Algérie, i. 2075c.
  35. ^ RIB, i. 537.
  36. ^ a b AE 2005, 465.
  37. ^ CIL XV, 8236.
  38. ^ AE 2013, 336.
  39. ^ CIL XI, 7926, CIL XI, 7945.
  40. ^ CIL I, 3068.
  41. ^ CIL VI, 3711.
  42. ^ CIL VIII, 5775.
  43. ^ Gsell, Inscriptions Latines de L'Algérie, ii. 2, 6624.
  44. ^ CIL X, 6529.
  45. ^ CIL VI, 2380.
  46. ^ CIL VII, 327.
  47. ^ AE 1972, 154.
  48. ^ CIL VI, 41394.
  49. ^ AE 1971, 402.
  50. ^ CIL I, 2944.
  51. ^ AE 1989, 549.
  52. ^ Epigraphica, 2021–332.
  53. ^ CIL III, 175, CIL III, 14165,05.
  54. ^ CIL X, 2750, CIL XII, 201.
  55. ^ AE 2005, 1255.
  56. ^ AE 2006, 1862, AE 2008, 1195, AE 2012, 1957.
  57. ^ CIL I, 2238.
  58. ^ CIL X, 4727.
  59. ^ CIL X, 3778.
  60. ^ CIL III, 7369, CIL IX, 4417.
  61. ^ CIL VI, 7829, CIL VI, 23675.
  62. ^ AE 1988, 805.
  63. ^ CIL VI, 23841.
  64. ^ Teramo e la valle del Tordino, p. 219.
  65. ^ CIL III, 7154, CIL VIII, 18065.
  66. ^ CIL VIII, 26489.
  67. ^ AE 1992, 458.
  68. ^ CIL VI, 32919.
  69. ^ Finke, "Neue Inschriften", 47.
  70. ^ CIL XII, 3233.
  71. ^ AE 1992, 1379.
  72. ^ CIL VI, 11171.
  73. ^ CIL VI, 6986, CIL XIV, 2108.
  74. ^ CIL V, 7035.
  75. ^ AE 1936, 12.
  76. ^ AE 1994, 559.
  77. ^ CIL III, 247, CIL VI, 1764
  78. ^ CIL V, 3268.
  79. ^ CIL IX, 568.
  80. ^ CIL VI, 38869.
  81. ^ CIL XI, 7926.
  82. ^ AE 1988, 504.
  83. ^ AE 1995, 139, CIL VI, 9455.
  84. ^ CIL XIV, 3381.
  85. ^ NSA, 1901-194.
  86. ^ AE 1976, 176.
  87. ^ NSA, 1918-127.
  88. ^ AE 2012, 1074.
  89. ^ CIL III, 4816.
  90. ^ CIL II, 3433.
  91. ^ CIL V, 8130.
  92. ^ AE 1983, 367.
  93. ^ CIL XI, 8113,20.
  94. ^ CIL XII, 5159.
  95. ^ a b Caesar, De Bello Gallico, iii. 7.
  96. ^ CIL XIII, 2921.
  97. ^ CIL VIII, 8164.
  98. ^ CIL VI, 37711, CIL IX, 587.
  99. ^ AE 1996, 555.
  100. ^ CIL XI, 4988.
  101. ^ NSA, 1923-373.
  102. ^ Tacitus, Annales, vi. 2.
  103. ^ CIL XIV, 4936, CIL V, 7113.
  104. ^ Inscriptions Latines de L'Algérie, i. 2419.
  105. ^ CIL XI, 1257.
  106. ^ CIL XI, 6184.
  107. ^ CIL XIII, 1683.
  108. ^ CIL V, 4001.
  109. ^ CIL V, 2438.
  110. ^ CIL II, 3542.
  111. ^ Hispania Epigraphica, 2003/04, 385.
  112. ^ AE 1975, 625.
  113. ^ Archeologia Classica, 1998-414.
  114. ^ AE 1961, 277.
  115. ^ CIL VIII, 10601.
  116. ^ CIL V, 6132.
  117. ^ CIL IX, 4171
  118. ^ CIL VIII, 6666.
  119. ^ CIL XIII, 1999.
  120. ^ CIL VI, 28400.
  121. ^ CIL IX, 3386.
  122. ^ CIL IX, 4092.
  123. ^ CIL X, 4797, CIL X, 4819.
  124. ^ AE 2008, 387.
  125. ^ CIL IV, 2014, CIL XI, 4778.
  126. ^ AE 1989, 201.
  127. ^ Livy, xxvi. 33, 34.
  128. ^ CIL VI, 28636.
  129. ^ Caesar, De Bello Africo, 64.
  130. ^ CIL VI, 22311.
  131. ^ CIL VI, 17154.
  132. ^ AE 1988, 482.
  133. ^ Varro, De Lingua Latina, v. 55.
  134. ^ Livy, iii. 13, 24, 25, 29.
  135. ^ CIL XI, 3691.

Bibliography[edit]

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