January 11, 2018 at 4:18 pm #12450
Curio Cen. Sal.
It is not the practice of the RR to approve names based on gods, unless it has been proven that such a name existed in antiquity. If you could provide proof of this, I shall consider making this change, my friend.
Практика РР не утверждает утверждения, основанные на богах, если не доказано, что такое имя существовало в древности. Если бы вы могли доказать это, я подумаю об этом, мой друг.
L. Aurelius Curio
Censor MaiorJanuary 11, 2018 at 6:09 pm #12452
L. Livius v. c. et inl. L. Aurelio ces. sal.
For what it’s worth, there are a number of individuals with the name Aurelius Mercurius attested in third and fourth-century sources. The lack of a praenomen is a feature of the historical disintegration of the tria nomina in the Late Empire. Here are a few examples:
- At Salona (the Roman capitol of Dalmatia) there are several inscriptions which mention a collegium official named Aurelius Mercurius. Here’s a doctoral dissertation that describes them.
- A. K. Bowman (1969) has an article on one of the Oxyrhynchus papyri (2228) which documents an Egyptian military official named Aurelius Mercurius.
- A floor tile from the Roman colony of Drobeta in Dacia has an inscription that names Aurelius Mercurius as the soldier and master brick-layer who conducted repairs on the baths there (AE 1939, 19).
Of greatest interest, however, is a tomb from the reign of the Emperor Hadrian in the Isola Sacra Necropolis near Rome in which a man named M. Iulius Mercurius was buried.
They’re all admittedly late and mostly provincial, but they do exist.
Vale.January 11, 2018 at 7:28 pm #12453
Еще раз,Salve! У меня есть два доказательства и человек,что произнёс своё
слово о когномен Меркурий выше. Я утверждаю на базе двух источников, что
этот когномен был в древности.
http://edh-www.adw.uni-heidelberg.de/ed … 44&lang=en
http://edh-www.adw.uni-heidelberg.de/ed … 01&lang=en
И подкрепляю ещё свои слова словами гражданина, которые вы можете увидеть
Из всего выше перечисленного прошу, изменить мой когномен с Мерулы, на Меркурий
Спасибо!January 11, 2018 at 8:53 pm #12454
Your name has been updated.March 2, 2018 at 7:48 pm #12563
I am one of the original signers of the Declaration. Is it possible for me to change my name? I am primarily interested in changing my praenomen, but if I were to take a new nomen and cognomen, would that affect my patrician status?March 5, 2018 at 12:57 am #12572
I apologize for the delay in answering. I am fine with you changing, as one of the founders has already done so and retained their patrician status afterwards.
L. Aurelius Curio
Censor MaiorMarch 6, 2018 at 7:54 am #12577
Dento Curioni sal.
Please change my name to Marcus Nautius Orca.
Gratias tibi ago.
Cura, ut valeas!April 4, 2018 at 12:27 pm #12629
I apologize for the delay. Your name is now officially changed.
Vale Bene!May 17, 2018 at 11:50 am #12693
I would like to formally request a name change to “Marcus Aurelius Rhodus”. I know that the cognomen is a bit unusual, but it is a proper Latinization of my birth surname, which I feel is in keeping with the traditional Roman practice.
Gratias tibi ago.June 7, 2018 at 12:35 am #12695
Claudius Tuscus, Censoribus omnibus, salutem –
Re the website’s transfer denarii interface:
I was attempting to pay my taxes (yes, they have been in arrears) from my existing denarii (exactly 36), but the "Collegium/Societas" field is non-responsive. I cannot bring up anything, let alone the Aerarium.
Any help would be appreciated.
Valete.June 7, 2018 at 12:59 am #12696
Iterum, Salvete –
Interesting. I see from my records that I paid taxes on April 04, 2018 – by PayPal. This must be where the 36 denarii came from (I thought it might have been for some service rendered at some time) – so I’m only half non-current on my taxes. But I still need some help (it seems) to get the denarii into the Aerarium…. Or could it be also that I’m current on taxes, but my profile/Album page is not updated?
As I said – any help will be appreciated. Valete.June 23, 2021 at 7:29 pm #41528
Tiberius Iulius CarusDenarii: 𐆖 235.70PlebeiusPacifica
I just found this topic. I had initially sent my request via the Discord. I would like to request a name change. I would like to change my name from Tiberius Iulius Carus to Tiberius Iulius Constantinus.
The requirements for a name changes are:
I. That a name fit the TRIA NOMINA naming convention.
II. That the name be attested to existing between 500BCE and 300 CE.
As evidence for the cognomen Constantinus I offer Flavius Valerius Constantinus who was born in 272CE.
Thank you for considering my request.
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