Publius Iunius Brutus
Citizen ID# : 12
CIVIL SERVICE RECORD
MMDCCLXIX - MMDCCLXX a.u.c.
Pr. Kal. Mai MMDCCLXIX a.u.c. - ongoing
MARTIS et MINERVAE SACERDOS
Pr. Kal. Mai. MMDCCLXIX a.u.c. - ongoing
(Pr. Kal. Mai. MMDCCLXIX a.u.c. - ongoing)
(Kal. Mart. MMDCCLXIX a.u.c. - ongoing)
(III Id. Mart. MMDCCLXIX a.u.c. - ongoing)
Victor - Ludi Romani - MMDCCLXIX
Citizenship Status : Optimo Iure
Citizen Since : Feb 29, 2016
Tax Status : Assidui (tax paid)
Denarii Balance : 558
Gens : Iunia
Province : Nova Gallia
Leader of Cohors Censorium (Collegium) :
Leader of Societas Numaea (Societas) :
Member of Collegium Latīnae (Collegium) :
Leader of Schola Librorum (Collegium) :
Leader of Assembly Iunia (Societas) :
Member of Factio Veneta - The Blues (Collegium) :
Member of Collegium Artium (Collegium) :
Member of Collegium Militarium (Collegium) :
Unique Talents : Knowledgable on general Roman history, Knowledgable on Cultus Deorum / Religio Romana, Knowledgable on Roman military history, Knowledgable on Roman law and politics, Web design skills, Graphics design skills, Experience in publishing, Experience in video presentation creation, Experience teacher, Experience in academic research
I have been involved in Roman Restorationism for most of my life. I always felt Roman from my earliest years. In 2001, I became actively involved in Roman Cultural Restorationism. I have been studying everything Roman ever since. From this early period, I held various roles and responsibilities in the community. In 2014, I founded the Academia Minervalis (http://www.academiaminervalis.org). This project eventually evolved into the foundation of the Roman Republic.
I am an academic. I hold a bachelors degree with a minor in history, as well as a doctorate and I am completing a masters of education at the moment (hopefully completed in September). I have experience teaching both at the graduate level and post-graduate level. I have published in academic journals, and have co-authored a chapter of a textbook.
My everyday academic work is not directly related to Rome; however, I have managed to merge my academic interests with my love of Roman history. In this capacity I have been a consultant on Roman academic projects in Italy (Rome, Naples), Greece (Heraklion), and Turkey (Istanbul). In all these places I have had the honor of participating in field work. It has been an amazing privilege to be so close and intimate with Roman history. I believe many of the skills acquired through these experiences are relevant to our Roman Republic.
During earlier years I was involved in web development. I have used these skills as Aranearius (webmaster) of the RomanRepublic.org. If you notice any concerns about the website please feel free to contact me.
In my personal life I am married. I have a young daughter, Lucia Iunia Bruta. She is one year old. I am excited to one day introduce her to Rome and teach her all about Romanitas.