House Fabius

History

The family name "Fabius" was the nomen of the gens Fabia of ancient Rome, that derived from the Latin faba for the broad bean, an important food crop in the Roman Empire. The Fabii (such as Fabii Maximi) were one of the several leading patrician families (gentes maiores) of the city. Of all the Roman Patrician families, the Fabii can be considered to have consolidated the most political power in the early Republic.

Current Events

House Fabius remains of the most powerful political houses, despite the high rise of House Julii. However, this House seems determined to remain netural in the current chaos waiting until the last moment to throw in their support.

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