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Earliest Known Record 483 BC
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circa 1400 AD
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The gens Fulcinia was a family at Rome. The first of this name to appear in history is Gaius Fulcinius, one of the ambassadors to Fidenae in 438 BC. After this, no Fulcinius is mentioned until the time of Cicero, so that one cannot even be certain that they belonged to the same family. Whatever the case, several Fulcinii are known from the first century BC
By the second half of the 5th century BC, the former Roman colony of Fidenae had revolted against Rome, and placed themselves under the protection of the wealthy Etruscan city-state of Veii. In 437, the Senate responded by sending four ambassadors, including Gaius Fulcinius, to the leaders of Fidenae. When Fulcinius and the rest arrived, they demanded that Fidenae abandon its pact with Veii, and return the colony to operating under Rome’s sphere of influence.
According to Livy, the leaders of Fidenae sent an urgent message to Lars Tolumnius, the king of Veii, asking what they should do. Lars Tolumnius, with an eye to binding Fidenae closer to Veii, ordered them to execute Gaius Fulcinius and his fellow ambassadors, which they proceeded to do. This act saw Rome declare war on Veii, and they sent an army to besiege Fidenae. To honour their sacrifice for the Republic, the Romans later erected half-sized statues of Gaius Fulcinius and his colleagues Tullus Cloelius, Spurius Antius, and Lucius Roscius on the Rostra, in the Roman Forum.
Cicero mentioned Gaius Fulcinius in his ninth Philippic, declaring that the reason Fulcinius was honoured was not that he died in bloodshed, but that he died for the Republic. According to Cicero, his statue was no longer on the Rostra by the time he wrote his speech attacking Marc Antony (
5th Line From The Bottom You will Note the Name Fulcinius.
This is the Masculine form of the name and Fulchina would be the female form.
Nomen is the middle part of the tria nomina. Nomen was the most important element in the Roman naming system, because it was the component of name that was inherited and also indicated the position of the gens in the state, its antiquity and sometimes its origin. The majority of nomina gentilicia come from names of tribes.
Nomen is a required element when choosing male or famale name.
The nomina are listed in their male forms. To make the female form, just replace the ending "-us" with "-a".
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