Comitia curiata (Nova Roma)

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The Comitia Curiata is the oldest recorded Comitia in Rome. It dates from the time of the Kings; by the late Republic it had become largely ceremonial. The members of the Comitia Curiata are Nova Roma's Lictors (lictores curiati), convened and presided over by the Pontifex Maximus. The duties of the Comitia Curiata are to invest elected and appointed magistrates with Imperium, witness the appointment of the official priests and priestess of the Sacra Publica Romana, and ratify some adoptions, wills, and changes of status.

In conformity with the SCU passed on December 2763 Senate session:

The comitia curiata (Assembly of Curiae) shall comprise up to thirty lictores curiati (lictors of the curia).


CIV-Publius Ullerius Stephanus Venator.jpg Publius Ullerius Stephanus Venator

Lictor

CIV-Helena Galeria Aureliana.jpg Helena Galeria Aureliana

Lictrix

CIV-Gaius Tullius Valerianus Germanicus.jpg Gaius Tullius Valerianus Germanicus

Lictor

CIV-Aula Tullia Scholastica.jpg Aula Tullia Scholastica

Lictrix

CIV-Gaius Claudius Quadratus.jpg Gaius Claudius Quadratus

Lictor

CIV-Titus Domitius Draco.jpg Titus Domitius Draco

Lictor

Unknown Citizen.jpg Quintus Fabius Labeo

Lictor

CIV-Marcus Pompeius Caninus.jpg Marcus Pompeius Caninus

Lictor

Unknown Citizen.jpg Quintus Lutatius Catulus

Lictor


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