Pax Romana Chapter - Italy

Pax Romana is a chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR), Washington, D.C., and a part of NSDAR’s Units Overseas. The chapter brings together women whose American ancestors actively participated in the American War of Independence (1775-1783).

Our membership spans several generations and ranges in age from their 20s to their 80s. Members live throughout Italy, as well as in the United States. Pax Romana provides a bi-cultural and relaxed environment in which members actively pursue NSDAR’s historical, educational, and patriotic endeavors, as well as the chapter’s particular interests.

Chapter Regent: Cara Kavanaugh
Chapter Vice Regent: Rita Boncompagni Ludovisi
Treasurer: Pamela Graber
Registrar: Suzanne Tomkies
Recording Secretary: Ann Beer
Corresponding Secretary: Catherine Saxbe
Chaplain: Rita Boncompagni Ludovisi
Librarian: Helene Rufty
Historian: Patricia Casco
Parliamentarian: Candace Gordon Biamonti

Pax Romana

Pax Romana is Latin for “Roman Peace” and refers to the era between 27 BC and 180 AD, when Rome and the rest of the Mediterranean world experienced relative tranquility. Thanks to this period of peace, classical Greek and Roman heritage was preserved and has been passed down through the generations.

The chapter’s organizers specifically selected Pax Romana as the chapter name to reflect the group’s desire to create an opportunity for members to meet and collaborate on projects relating to history, education, and the cultures of the United States and Italy.


This site updated on October 5, 2014


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