Provincia Dacia - History (Nova Roma)

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History of Dacia Nova Roma

M. Moravio T. Iulio cos. MMDCCLXI a.u.c.

a.d. XV Kal. Quin. M. Prometheus Decius was appointed as legatus Dacia Limitanea (Moldavia).

prid. Kal. Iun. The Nova Roma Senate approved the incorporation of Moldavia in Dacia province.

a.d. XI Kal. Iun. Commemoration of C. Marius Maior - one year from his death.

prid. Non. Apr. : Op. Fabius Montanus was appointed Procurator Dacia and C. Tullius Niger, Legatus internis rebus.

a.d. XIV Kal. Apr. : Officina interpreter Romanian was created. The Romanian translation of the Nova Roma site started.

Kal. Mar. : Oppidum Bucurestium meeting. Six members participated to event: Arria Carina, Fabius Montanus, Iulia Severa, Iulius Probus, Iulius Sabinus and Maria Bellatrix.

a.d. IV Kal. Mar. : Op. Fabius Montanus and Fausta Maria Bellatrix were elected aediles Oppidum Bucurestium.

a.d. VIII Kal. Mar. : The Romanian sub-domain of Nova Roma wiki was created.

Kal. Ian. : T. Iulius Sabinus was elected consul and Q. Iulius Probus, tribunus plebis.


L. Arminio Ti. Galerio cos. MMDCCLX a.u.c.

Non. Dec. : T. Iulius Sabinus was added to the Senate of Nova Roma.

a.d. XI Kal. Quin. : L. Iulia Severa was appointed Procurator Dacia.

a.d. XVII Kal. Quin. : Citizens from Dacia were official invited and participated to the Roman Days festival from Porolissum, the ancient capital of Dacia Porolissensis.

a.d. V Kal. Iun. : "Dacia Felix" the provincial webzine is official on line.

a.d. XI Kal. Iun. : C. Marius Maior, Procurator Dacia and Nova Roma Quaestor passed into afterlife.

Id. Mai. : The Temple of Mercurius was inaugurated in Provincia Dacia by T. Iulius Sabinus.

prid. Kal. Mai. - a.d. VII Id. Mai. : The official visit of Legatus Italia C. Aurelius Vindex in Dacia.

a.d. VIII Id. Mar. : First Oppidum Bucurestium meeting.

a.d. XV Kal. Mar. : A. Arria Carina and L. Iulia Severa were elected aediles Oppidum Bucurestium.

a.d. VII Kal. Feb. : Citizens from Dacia took part to the Pomerium and Italia Nova Roma Conventus from Vasto (ancient Histonium) and visited Rome until January 31th.

a.d. IV Id. Ian. : Oppidum Bucurestium was created by the novi romani citizens from Bucharest. Q. Iulius Probus and C. Marius Maior were appointed as provisional aediles.

Kal. Ian. : Iulia Caesar Cytheris Aege was elected curule aedile and Q. Iulius Probus, T. Iulius Sabinus and C. Marius Maior, quaestores.


C. Buteone Po. Minucia cos. MMDCCLIX a.u.c.

a.d. XI Kal. Nov. : Citizens from Bucharest decided to establish an oppidium.

prid. Id. Oct. : Bucharest: meeting with Legio XV Apollinaris from Pannonia.

a.d. V Kal. Sep. : Dacia is official announced as a province with citizens 100% assidui.

a.d. III Id. Sex. : The second Dies Natalis Dacia is celebrated.

prid. Non. Quin. : L. Iulia Severa was appointed Dacia representative in Collegium Interprovinciale.

Kal. Ian. : T. Iulius Sabinus was elected Curule Aedile and Magna Mater Project Coordinator.


Fr. Apulo C. Laenate cos. MMDCCLVIII a.u.c.

a.d. III Non. Nov. : Provincial magistrates appointments :

  • C. Marius Maior - Procurator Dacia.
  • Fausta Maria Bellatrix - Scriba Propraetoris.

a.d. III Id. Sex. : The first Dies Natalis Dacia is celebrated.

prid. Non. Sex. : Citizens from Dacia took part to the Nova Roma Conventus from Rome.

a.d. X Kal Sex. : First provincial magistrates are appointed :

  • Iulia Caesar Cytheris Aege - Legatus Internis Rebus.
  • M. Prometheus Decius Golia - Legatus Externis Rebus.
  • Q. Iulius Probus - Legatus Militum.
  • A. Arria Carina - Picoman.

a.d. X Kal Sex. : The governor first edict about the administration of Dacia Nova Roma.

prid. Non. Quin. : T. Iulius Sabinus is appointed propraetor of the new created province.

a.d. VII Kal. Iun. : The first ritual performed by Iulia Caesar Cytheris Aege at Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegethusa.

Kal. Apr. : Dacia became an official province of Nova Roma.


Governors of Dacia Nova Roma

starting with prid. Non. Quin. , Fr. Apulo C. Laenate cos. MMDCCLVIII a.u.c.

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