- An agnomen
(Latin: [aŋˈnoːmɛn]; plural: agnomina), in the Roman naming
convention, was a nickname, just as the cognomen
was initially. However, the cognomina...
- were awarded another exclusive
name, the agnomen
. For example, Publius Cornelius Scipio received
over the Carthaginian...
- as positions
retirement. Honorary citizenship Agnomen
, part of the Roman naming convention Courtesy
title, a form of address...
BC), was a Roman statesman
and general. He received
the agnomen Achaicus
for his victories while consul
in 146 BC, when he conquered
- famously decisive Battle
of Zama in October
202 BC, which
gave to Scipio
Afric****. At great
cost, Rome had made significant
gains: the conquest...
with the same name or in the same family, in the same way as the agnomen
(or in early periods
the cognomen) was used in Roman naming
- come from the period
of the Republic, centuries before
of the agnomen
was formulated. Adoption
was a common
and formal process
is when one of the surnames
of a surname proper
(przydomek), e.g., Maria
Gąsienica Daniel-Szatkowska, where
(Greco-Roman world). A Grammaticus
is a Roman Patrician School
As an agnomen
, it may refer
to: Ammonius Grammaticus
(4th century), Gr**** grammarian...
- was born into an influential branch
of the patrician
gens Claudia. The agnomen Germanicus
to his full name in 9 BC when it was posthumously...