Curia

The Senate House, the customary meeting place of the Senate in the Forum Romanum, where during the Republic, senators met to govern Rome. Before each session, the President would consult an augur. There was also a curia in the Theatre of Pompey on the Campus Martius. In the colonies and townships in the provinces, it was the meeting place of the mu…...

Curia

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Curia

[ancient Roman meeting house] A curia in ancient Rome came to be known as any building designated or built specifically as a place of meeting by either the senate or any political organization. Originally the term referred to the comitia curiata, the thirty original ethnic subdivisions of `curia`, or Roman people, who assembled into the cur...
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curia

Latin, meaning: court
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Curia

(Latin) the Roman senate building located in the forum in which approximately 200 senators could meet; originally, a curia was one of the three parts in which Romulus divided the Roman people and was also the meeting place of a curia; the first curia, the Curia Hostilia, was built by Tullus Hostilius in 80 BCE only to burn down and be rebuilt by Su...
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Curia

Roman Senate House, situated in the Forum Romanum (see under forum). ...
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Curia

Cu'ri·a noun ; plural Curle (-...). [ Latin ] 1. (Rom. Antiq.) (a) One of the thirty parts into which the Roman people were divided by Romulus. (b) The place of assembly of one of these divisions. (c) The place where the meetings of the sena...
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Curia

noun (Roman Catholic Church) the central administration governing the Roman Catholic Church
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Curia

• (n.) The Roman See in its temporal aspects, including all the machinery of administration; -- called also curia Romana. • (n.) The place of assembly of one of these divisions. • (n.) One of the thirty parts into which the Roman people were divided by Romulus. • (n.) The place where the meetings of the senate were held; the sen...
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curia

in ancient Rome, a political division of the people. According to tradition Romulus, the city`s founder, divided the people into 3 tribes and 30 ... [1 related articles]
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curia

in European medieval history, a court, or group of persons who attended a ruler at any given time for social, political, or judicial purposes. Its ... [8 related articles]
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Curia

[wife of Quintus Lucretius] Curia or Turia or Thuria (ca. 60 BC – 5 BC) was a Roman woman who became famous for her bravery and devotion. ==Life== She was the wife of Quintus Lucretius Vespillo for 40 years, whom she married sometime between 49 BC and 42 BC. She was from a wealthy family as was her husband. They had no children. She so de...
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Curia

Lat. "Court" in the sense of an assembly of advisors to make law and render decisions to a feudal superior; the Royal Court
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Curia

Curia was anciently one of the thirty divisions of the Roman people, which Romulus is said to have established. The term also describes the place of assembly for each of these divisions. The comitia curiata was the assembly of the people in curiae.
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Curia

[Catholic Church] In Roman Catholicism, a curia consists of a group of officials who assist in the governance of a particular Church. These curias range from the relatively simple diocesan curia, to the larger patriarchal curias, to the Roman Curia, which is the central government of the Catholic Church. Other bodies, such as religious inst...
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Curia

A curia, plural curiae, is an assembly, council, or court, in which public, official, or religious issues are discussed and decisions made. In ancient Rome, the entire populace was divided into thirty curiae, which met in order to confirm the election of magistrates, witness the installation of priests, the making of wills, and adoptions. Lesser c...
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Curia

Administrative and judicial body needed for pastoral operations. The diocesan curia assists the bishop in running the diocese
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curia

papal court and its officials
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Curia

[gens] The gens Curia was a plebeian family at Rome. Members of this gens are first mentioned at the beginning of the third century BC, when the family was rendered illustrious by Manius Curius Dentatus. ==Praenomina used== The praenomen most closely associated with the Curii is Manius. However, other members of the gens bore the names Gaiu...
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Curia

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