Titus Iulius Sabinus (Nova Roma)

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[[Senator (Nova Roma)|Consular and censorial Senator]] '''T. Iulius Sabinus''' is the founder and current ''proconsul'' of [http://www.dacia-novaroma.org/ Provincia Dacia]. During his consulship with [[Marcus Moravius Piscinus Horatianus (Nova Roma)|M. Piscinus]], Nova Roma celebrated the '''Tenth Anniversary''' of its founding. As consul, he organized the [[VI Conventus Novae Romae]] and the Nova Roma-section of the [[Novae - 2008 European Roman Festival]], in honor of the Tenth Anniversary of the Nova Roman Republic. '''T. Sabinus''' had the honor to serve as the fourth [[Pontifex Maximus (Nova Roma)|''pontifex maximus'']] of [[Nova Roma]] from {{Nov 20}}{{2010}} to {{Jun 21}}{{2011}}.
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Former [[Senator (Nova Roma)|Consular and censorial Senator]] '''T. Iulius Sabinus''' was the founder and ''proconsul'' of [[Provincia Dacia (Nova Roma)| Provincia Dacia]].
  
'''T. Iulius Sabinus''' was born in Dacia Malvensis, in a small town, build over a Roman fortress which was part of the ancient Roman border, well known as 'Limes Alutanus'. His studies and works were directed to the military telecommunications engineering.
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'''Iulius Sabinus''' was born in Dacia Malvensis, in a small town, build over a Roman fortress which was part of the ancient Roman border, well known as 'Limes Alutanus' and currently lives in [[Provincia_Dacia_-_Oppidum_Bucurestium_%28Nova_Roma%29|Oppidum Bucurestium]]. He is the ''pater familias'' of the ''Iulii Sabini'' and his ''familia'' is composed of his wife [[Aula Arria Carina (Nova Roma)|Arria Carina]] and his son [[Titus Iulius Sabinus Crassus (Nova Roma)|T. Sabinus Crassus]].  
  
'''T. Sabinus''' currently lives in [[Provincia_Dacia_-_Oppidum_Bucurestium_%28Nova_Roma%29|Oppidum Bucurestium]]. He is the ''pater familias'' of the ''Iulii Sabini'' and his ''familia'' is composed of his wife [[Aula Arria Carina (Nova Roma)|Arria Carina]] and his son [[Titus Iulius Sabinus Crassus (Nova Roma)|T. Sabinus Crassus]].
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During his consulship with [[Marcus Moravius Piscinus Horatianus (Nova Roma)|M. Piscinus]], Nova Roma celebrated the '''Tenth Anniversary''' of its founding. As consul, he organized the [[VI Conventus Novae Romae]] and the Nova Roma-section of the [[Novae - 2008 European Roman Festival]], in honor of the Tenth Anniversary of the Nova Roman Republic.
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'''T. Iulius Sabinus''' has the honor to serve as [[Pontifex Maximus (Nova Roma)|''pontifex maximus'']] of [[Nova Roma]] and [[sacerdos]] of the [[Aedes Mercuri]].
  
 
His interests include all things Roman, starting with Roman religion and culture, Roman art and civilization, up to reenactment and restoration, with respect for both [[Roman gods|Roman Gods]] and [[SPQR|Roman Ancestors]].
 
His interests include all things Roman, starting with Roman religion and culture, Roman art and civilization, up to reenactment and restoration, with respect for both [[Roman gods|Roman Gods]] and [[SPQR|Roman Ancestors]].
  
Favorite Quote: "'''Every individual is the architect of his own fortune'''" - Appius Claudius
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Favorite Quote: "'''Every individual is the architect of his own destiny'''" - Appius Claudius
  
 
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Former Consular and censorial Senator T. Iulius Sabinus was the founder and proconsul of Provincia Dacia.

Iulius Sabinus was born in Dacia Malvensis, in a small town, build over a Roman fortress which was part of the ancient Roman border, well known as 'Limes Alutanus' and currently lives in Oppidum Bucurestium. He is the pater familias of the Iulii Sabini and his familia is composed of his wife Arria Carina and his son T. Sabinus Crassus.

During his consulship with M. Piscinus, Nova Roma celebrated the Tenth Anniversary of its founding. As consul, he organized the VI Conventus Novae Romae and the Nova Roma-section of the Novae - 2008 European Roman Festival, in honor of the Tenth Anniversary of the Nova Roman Republic.

T. Iulius Sabinus has the honor to serve as pontifex maximus of Nova Roma and sacerdos of the Aedes Mercuri.

His interests include all things Roman, starting with Roman religion and culture, Roman art and civilization, up to reenactment and restoration, with respect for both Roman Gods and Roman Ancestors.

Favorite Quote: "Every individual is the architect of his own destiny" - Appius Claudius


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