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6 The status, moreover, of most families was obvious from their names. There were two groups within the patriciate: the maiores and the minores. The former comprised the Aemilii, the Claudii, the Cornelii, the Fabii, the Valerii and possibly the Manlii; among the latter were the Quinctii, the Servilii and the Sulpicii. Leading plebeian gentes included the Antonii, the Aquilii, the Caecilii, the Calpurnii and the Flavii. Some gentes had both patrician and plebeian branches; others transferred or claimed to 21 ANCIENT ROME have transferred from the one to the other, usually so that members could become eligible for plebeian posts, notably the tribunate.
This was nearly always placed at the end of the name. Claudius Augusti Scurranus dispensator ad fiscum Gallicum. As slaves had slaves, so freedmen could have freedmen. This was most likely for freedmen of the highest position and notably imperial freedmen. Julius Anthi Aug. l. lib. Hilario was Tiberius Julius Hilario, 34 NAME AND STATUS freedman of the imperial freedman Anthus. Since the gentilicium of both persons was the same, it was not usually repeated. Julius Augusti l. l. Julius Priamus, freedman of an imperial freedman.
24 Freedmen usually became the legal 31 ANCIENT ROME clients of their ex-masters, now patrons. Building up a following of clients indeed was one of the motives for manumission. Clients owed patrons reverence and courtesy and could not sue them at law. Patrons owed protection and tutelage and had a right to a share of clients’ inheritances. Often such a relationship was amicable, if uneven. Freedmen, we have seen, could be devoted retainers, erecting funeral monuments to their masters. When Pompey was murdered in Egypt, it was his freedman Philippus who buried him.
How We Live Now by John Twelve Hawks