Games (Nova Roma)
Ludi - Games
- Ludi Novi Romani March 1st - March 11th CA
- Ludi Megalenses: April 4th - 10th CA
- Ludi Ceriales: April 20 - 28 PA
- Ludi Apollinares: July 9-13 PR
- Ludi Romani: September 9th - 17th CA
- Ludi Plebeii: November XX - XX PA
Above you can see a list of different festivals celebrated throughout the year according the Roman Calendar. The festivals are arranged in order of occurrance. Not all festivals are however celebrated every year in Nova Roma. The ones NOT celebrated this year are written in black and contain no active link. To find out more information, ancient and modern, about any of the festivals please click the name of it.
Different festivals are arranged by different magistrates. Thus, after the name of the festival, you can see the abbreviation referring to the kind of organizing-presiding magistrate : CA for Curule aediles, PA for Plebeian aediles, and PR for Praetors.
To find out when and how you can take part into the games, please see for more information at the pages of individual ludi and from the Aedile Portal page.
Regulae Ludorum - Rules for the competitions
- Regulae Ludorum - Rules for the competitions This page contains rules for Munera Gladiatoria (gladiator fights), Venationes (wild animal fights) and Ludi Circenses (chariot races).
Ludi Circenses Championship
During the year winners of the races recieve points from their victories and in the end of the year most successful driver-chariot is rewarded. See more on the championship page.
Factiones - Racing factions
Ludi Amphitheatricum Championship
During the year winners of the races recieve points from their victories and in the end of the year most successful owner-gladiator/animal is rewarded. See more on the championship page.
Ludi Cultural Championship
During the year winners of the contests recieve points from their entries and in the end of the year most successful citizen is rewarded. See more on the championship page.
Table and video games section
Nova Roma also supports or enters modern kinds of games, such table or videogames relative to the ancient Rome.
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