Category:Gens Livia (Nova Roma)
LIVIA GENS, plebeian, but one of the most illustrious houses among the Roman nobility. Suetonius says (Tib. 3) that the Livii had obtained eight consulships, two censorships, three triumphs, a dictatorship, and a mastership of the horse. The first member of the gens who obtained the consulship was M. Livius Denter, b. c. 302 ; and it at length rose to the imperial dignity by the marriage of Livia with Augustus, whose son Tiberius by a former husband succeeded the latter in the government of the Roman world. The cognomens in this gens are Denter, Drusus, Libo, Macatus, and Salinator.
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