Created: 7th March 2013
Update:  3rd January 2017
Status Republic: Patrician:     Pleb. Nobilis: X     Senatorial:      Eques Romanus:      Local magistrates X
Republican Family / Cognomen
Patrician n/a
Pleb. Nobilis no cognomen
Senatorial n/a
Equestrian n/a
Local magistrat. no cognomen
Imperial Family / Cognomen
Imperators n/a
Consular n/a
Senatorial n/a
Equestrian n/a
Local magistrat. n/a
Republican Consuls, Tribunes with consular power, Dictators, Magister Equitum, Censors 1
Imperial Consuls and Emperors (Augusti and Caesars) 0 incl. 0 emperors
Notes: RE1 cannot be the father or grandfather of the consul, if RE3 is a relative of the consul due to different tribes.
Literature Badian, E.: "Notes on Roman Senators of the Republic", in Historia, Bd.12, 1963 pp. 129-143, see p.137 for comments about the Hirtii.
Gervasoni: Magistrats des cites Italiennes (1998) p.235 on RE1
Rüpke: Fasti Sacerdotum p.719 (§1908 A.Hirtius cos 43 BC) argues he was besides an augur also a pontifex.
Taylor: Voting Districts (1960/2013) p.220-221 (A.Hirtius cos 43 BC)
Wiseman: New Men (1971) p.235 (§206 A.Hirtius cos 43 BC)
Changes 03.01.2017 New header plus minor updates
A.Hirtius A.f.
censor in Ferentinum (Hernici lands)
trib. of this town is Poblilia
or rather the grdfather or grt grdfather of cos 43 if the buildings RE1 was responsible for as censor are dated to 150/120
RE2 Nic182 RE5 ? RE4 RE3
A.Hirtius A.f.         Hirtia         Hirtius Q.Hirtius A.f.
leg of Caesar 52-50 46 possible wife for Cicero 43 proscribed trib. Sergia
tr pl ? 48 procos Gallia Trans 45 42 officer under Sex.Pompeius from grave inscription at Rome
pr 46 cos 43 † in battle ? brother of consul
augur c. 46 (+ pont ?)
author of 8th book on Caesar's Gallic
war and the Bellum Alexandrinum