Provincia America Cismississippiana (Nova Roma)

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==Provincial History==
The Provincia was organized and created by order of the Senate of Nova Roma on {{Oct 24}} {{2013}}.
It was enlarged and assimilated with nearby smaller regional provinces under Senatus consultum de provinciis ordinandis, enacted on: a.d. VIII Id. Oct. Q. Arrio (II) T. Domitio (III) cos. ‡ MMDCCLXXIII a.u.c.

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America Cismississippiana

Nova Roma

M Hortensia Maior Fabiana Faustina

America Cismississippiana


The Provincia of America Cismississippiana in Nova Roma comprises the modern day U.S. states of Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida.

For administrative purposes, the provincia is also divided into Regiones, geographically corresponding to modern political districts, each of which can be assigned a Legate, who would deal with the day-to-day running of his or her Regio. The Provincia is administered by a Governor appointed by the Senate of Nova Roma. The Governor has the power of imperium and can issue edicts (laws on the provincial level). The Governor can also appoint Legati and Scribae. All of these have different titles (see the Cohors Propraetoris). The Provincia is not a self-governing entity, rather it is managed by the Governor who acts according to the will of the Senate of Nova Roma.

Local Communities

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Citizens are encouraged to establish local communities under the guidance and direction of Nova Roma. Local groups may be formally recognized in two ways. First, a group of five (5) or more citizens may apply for and be granted the status of an Oppidum. Groups consisting of thirty-five (35) or more citizens may apply for and be granted the status of a Municipium. Oppidia and Municipia are self-governing entities, which elect their own Magistrates and Assemblies, and issue their own edicts (edicta) and laws (leges).

Leges approved by the comitia of a local community shall have precedence over edicta of local magistrates of that community. Leges of a local community and edicta issued by local magistrates shall take a lower precedence than the constitution and laws of Nova Roma, the senatus consulta of the Senate of Nova Roma, and the decreta of the pontifical and augural colleges of Nova Roma.

The actions of local comitia and magistrates shall be subject to intercessio by the Propraetor (provincial governor) and by the Tribuni Plebis and Curule Magistrates of Nova Roma in accordance with the constitution and laws of Nova Roma.

Local magistrates shall be considered under the authority of the Governor of the Provincia, and/or as delegated/regulated through his/her Legates (Praefectus/Praefecta Regionis) in terms of authority conflict.

For more information on forming an Oppidum or Municipium in your area, contact the Praefectus Regio for your home region or the Governor of the Provincia.

Current Projects

Contacting all the known citizens of the Provincia as well as all the known Legios stationed here. a.d. XVII Kal. Ian. Q. Arrio (II) T. Domitio (III) cos. MMDCCLXXIII a.u.c.

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