The Certamen Petronianum II is the highest profile literary competition of Nova Roma, organized by the aedilis plebis A. Iulius Paterculus, with renowned international award-winning author, writer and poet Jo Walton as the chair of the contest Jury. Our previous Certamen Petronianum was presided by famous Roman novel author Dr. Colleen McCullough and Roman history scholar and author Prof. Dr. Peter Wiseman. Our current edition honors the memory of our previous jury member Colleen McCullough who deceased this year.
Participate in the competition and win accommodation near the eternal city, Rome, in the Dea Diana B&B, assortments of Roman spices and valuable original Roman coins!
For more information, visit the Certamen Petronianum II Webpage
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C. Buteone Po. Minucia cos. ‡ MMDCCLIX a.u.c.
Eventos de MMDCCLIX
Un edicto del Consul Gaius Fabius Buteo Modianus inició un debate sobre la Constitución, el nombramiento de Augures, y "ex post facto" leyes. El edicto ha sido recientemente retirado.
Gaius Minucius Hadrianus Felix dimitió como Censor y Senador.
Consul Gaius Fabius Buteo Modianus issued the Edict: Establishment of Nova Roma Wiki. There was some concern raised by a few citizens that a Wiki within Nova Roma would be abused, it was only a minor opposition and the Edict established the Wiki with no further opposition.
Consul Pompeia Minucia Strabo called for voting on Lex Moravia Minucia de Civitate Eiuranda and Lex Moravia Minucia Abdicatone Magistratum C.Pl.T. et C.Pop.T..
Consul Gaius Fabius Buteo Modianus announced a call for candidates for Censor Suffectus, to replace of Hadrianus. The call yielded one candidate, Consular Marcus Octavius Germanicus.
April 4th to April 10th, Megalesia
The extended program of Megalesia, including all the information that is needed, are presented in the Curulis Aediles website : http://www.crystalwebvision.com/aedil/index.htm
On the 3rd, Consul Gaius Fabius Buteo Modianus convened the Comitia Centuriata to fill the office of Censor Suffectus. On the 17th the new censor, Marcus Octavius Germanicus was announced.
The V Conventus Novae Romae was held in Britannia, near Hadrian's Wall. Citizens from Britain, continental Europe, and North America attended.