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For most of the Republic, the usual manner of distinguishing individuals was through the binomial form of praenomen and nomen. But as the praenomen lost its value as a distinguishing name, and gradually faded into obscurity, its former role was assumed by the versatile cognomen, and the typical manner of identifying individuals came to be by nomen and cognomen; essentially one form of binomial nomenclature was replaced by another, over the course of several centuries. The very lack of regularity that allowed the cognomen to be used as either a personal or a hereditary surname became its strength in imperial times; as a hereditary surname, a cognomen could be used to identify an individual es connection with other noble families, either by descent, or later by association. Individual cognomina could also be used to distinguish between members of the same family; even as siblings came to share the same praenomen, they bore different cognomina, some from the paternal line, and others from their maternal ancestors. [2] + Ismard, Paulin. 2013. “Die athenischen Genueser der hellenistischen Basszeit: Geburt einer Aristokratie?” In groupes et associations dans les cites grecques (III. s.

a.ch.-C.-I. s. s. s. j. Chr.), ed. Pierre Frölich and Patrice Hamon, 177-198. Hohe Studien der griechisch-römischen Welt 49. Geneva: Buchhandlung Droz. Carrié, Jean-Michel.

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