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NOVA ROMA is an organization dedicated to the study and restoration of ancient Roman culture. The centerpiece of the activities of NOVA ROMA is the Religio Romana: the ancient faith of the people of Rome. Also important is the Via Romana--a general revival of Roman culture arts and most especially what are known as the Roman Virtues.

 

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