Members of the gens Marcia are found during the Regal, Republican and Imperial eras. The patrician branch used the cognomen Rex, claiming royal descent from the king Ancus Marcius. The plebeian branches used the cognomina Censorinus (see Marcius Censorinus) and Philippus. Other cognomina are also found.
Men of the gens
- Marcius, paternal grandfather of Ancus Marcius and a friend of Numa Pompilius
- Marcius, father of Ancus Marcius
- Ancus Marcius, fourth king of Rome.
- Gaius Marcius Coriolanus, legendary figure who said to have lived during the 5th century BC and the subject of Shakespeare's play Coriolanus.
- Gaius Marcius Rutilus, the first plebeian dictator and censor of ancient Rome.
- Quintus Marcius Philippus, consul in 281 BC.
- Quintus Marcius Rex (praetor 144 BC), namesake of the Aqua Marcia aqueduct, paternal great-grandfather of Julius Caesar.
- Quintus Marcius Rex (consul 118 BC), paternal great-uncle of Julius Caesar.
- Quintus Marcius Tremulus, consul in 306 BC.
- Marcus Marcius Ralla, praetor urbanus in 204 BC.
- Quintus Marcius Ralla, duumvir in 194 BC, for dedicating a temple, and again in 192 BC for the same purpose.
- Lucius Marcius Philippus (consul 91 BC), father of the consul in 56 BC.
- Lucius Marcius Philippus (consul 56 BC), step-father of Emperor Augustus.
- Lucius Marcius Philippus (consul 38 BC), step-brother of Augustus.
- Quintus Marcius Rex (consul 68 BC), second cousin of Julius Caesar.
- Gaius Marcius Figulus, consul in 64 BC.
- Quintus Marcius Crispus, officer under Caesar in Caesar's Civil War.
- Quintus Marcius Barea, Suffect Consul in 26 and twice Proconsul of the Africa Province.
- Quintus Marcius Barea Sura, son to the above, friend of Emperor Vespasian and father of Marcia Furnilla.
- Quintus Marcius Barea Servilius Soranus, Roman Senator and brother to the above.
- Marcius Turbo, Roman general during the 2nd century who served under two of the Five Good Emperors.
- Marcius Agrippa (fl. c. 300), Roman beautician and politician.
- One branch of the gens carried the cognomen Censorinus, most notably the consuls of 149 BC and 39 BC; see Marcius Censorinus.
Women of the gens
- Marcia, wife of consul Marcus Atilius Regulus
- Marcia Regina, daughter of Quintus Marcius Rex. She married Gaius Julius Caesar II and so became paternal grandmother of dictator Gaius Julius Caesar
- Marcia Philippi, daughter of Lucius Marcius Philippus and wife of Cato the Younger
- Marcia Philippi, niece of the previous, daughter of Lucius Marcius Philippus, consul 38 BC and step-brother of Augustus, and Atia, a maternal aunt of Augustus; wife of a Paullus Fabius Maximus, consul in 11 BC
- Marcia, daughter of Senator Aulus Cremutius Cordus, who was put to death on orders of Emperor Tiberius in 25
- Marcia, mother of Ulpia Marciana and Emperor Trajan
- Marcia Furnilla, sister to the above and second wife of the Emperor Titus
- Marcia Servilia Sorana, cousin to Furnilla
- Marcia Aurelia Ceionia Demetrias, mistress of Commodus
- Marcia, is a saint of Orthodox Christianity, whose feast day is celebrated on December 18
- "Ancus Marcius" in The New Encyclopædia Britannica. Chicago: Encyclopædia Britannica Inc., 15th edn., 1992, Vol. 1, p. 379.
- Plutarch, Life of Coriolanus
- Shakespeare, Coriolanus
- Antony Kamm, The Romans, An Introduction, p. 13.
- Fasti capitolini
- Smith 1872, p. 646.
- Smith 1872, p. 640.
- Napoleon III. Histoire de Jules César Volume 1, p. 253 Paris: H. Plon 1865
- Smith, William (1872). Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology III. London: John Murray, Albermarle Street.