List of Roman nomina

This is a list of Roman nomina. Each nomen is for a gens, originally a single family, but later more of a political grouping.

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I–J

L

M

N

O

P

Q-R

S

T

  • Tadius
  • Tanicius — inscriptions, including a prefect Lucius Tanicius Verus at Cadder in Britain
  • Tanusius
  • Tapsenna
  • Tarpeius
  • Tarquinius
  • Tarquitius
  • Terentilius
  • Terentius
  • Tertinius — inscriptions, Tertinius Severus of Legio VIII Augusta
  • Tettidius — inscriptions
  • Tettiedius
  • Tettienus — inscriptions, suffect consul Galeo Tettienus Petronianus in 76
  • Tettius
  • Thorius
  • Tigellius
  • Tineius
  • Titanius
  • Titinius
  • Titius
  • Titurius
  • Tonantius
  • Trebatius
  • Trebellius
  • Trebius
  • Treblanus
  • Trebonius
  • Tremellius — quaestor Lucius Tremellius 143 BC, praetor Gaius Tremellius Scrofa 52 BC
  • Tuccius
  • Tullius
  • Turallasius
  • Turius
  • Turpilius
  • Turullius

U-V

  • Ulpius
  • Umbrius
  • Ummidius
  • Urgulanius
  • Urseius
  • Valerius
  • Varenus
  • Varinius
  • Varisidius
  • Varius
  • Vatinius
  • Vecilius
  • Vedius
  • Velius
  • Velleius
  • Ventidius
  • Vequasius
  • Veranius
  • Verecundius
  • Vergilius (Virgil) or Virgilius
  • Verginius or Virginius
  • Verres
  • Verrius
  • Vesnius
  • Vesonius
  • Vestorius
  • Vestricius
  • Vettius
  • Veturius
  • Vibenius
  • Vibidius
  • Vibius
  • Vicirius
  • Victorinius
  • Victorius or Vitorius
  • Victricius
  • Viducius
  • Vigilius
  • Villius
  • Vinicius
  • Vinius
  • Vipsanius
  • Vipstanus
  • Viridius
  • Virius
  • Visellius
  • Vistilius or Vestilius
  • Vitellius
  • Vitrasius
  • Vitruvius
  • Voconius
  • Volcacius or Volcatius
  • Volumnius
  • Volusenna
  • Volusenus
  • Volusius
  • Vorenius
  • Vulius

See also

References

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  2. http://museums.ncl.ac.uk/archive/arma/contents/iconog/tombston/cent1/uk/york/duccius.htm Archived June 23, 2003, at the Wayback Machine
  3. Togodumnus (Kevan White). "Deva Victrix". Roman-britain.org. Retrieved 2012-01-26.
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