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Unformatted text preview: Silver coin of sextus Pompey, 42-40 b.c. "magnus pius imperator iterum" catania Brothers of catania (pii fratres): amphinomos and anapias Roman warship aphlastron rostrum Brothers of catania (pii fratres): amphinomos and anapias Coin of octavian, after 36 b.c. (battle of naulochus) neptune messana Silver coin of sextus Pompey, 42-40 b.c. Lighthouse of messana (modern messina) (constructed 90 b.c.) Skylla and odysseus Sperlonga, italy skylla Sea Trophy (tropaeum) Silver coins of octavian, after 36 b.c. (celebrating the defeat of sextus pompey) Silver Coin of octavian, 35-28 b.c. Columna rostrata Of octavian (36 b.c.) "hellenistic ruler," rome, ca. 100 b.c. Rostra of Rostra of julius caesar Coin of 45 b.c. Pause for breath: what's in a roman name? Men: Praenomen (first name): Only 14 in common use. Popular praenomina: Gaius, gnaeus, Lucius, marcus, publius, quintus, sextus, tiberius, titus Nomen gentile / gentilicium (family name). there were many; almost all end in -ius. Examples: cornelius, sempronius, julius, pompeius Cognomen (clan name). A man could have more than one. Examples: sulla, scipio, caesar Agnomen (individual nickname). Examples: africanus, felix, magnus adoption: the adoptee assumes the nomen gentile of his adoptive father, but often keeps his old nomen with the suffix -ianus. Example: gaius iulius caesar octavianus (born octavius) Women: Nomen. Most women used only this name, in the female gender. Examples: Cornelia, julia. Cognomen. A few distinguished women might use a cognomen, especially in the late republic and empire. Examples: livia drusilla, julia domna Events of 29-28 b.c.: Octavian commissions his dynastic mausoleum Octavian dedicates the temple of apollo on the palatine Octavian's triple triumph (actium, illyricum, egypt) Porta triumphalis triumphus: a lustral ritual ...
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