- Romulus and connected with the Palatine Hill,
- the Sabine Titus Tatius and connected with the Quirinal Hill, and
- an Etruscan warrior named Lucumo, associated with the Caelian.
It acted on the votes of its constituent members (the curiae). Each curia had one vote that was based on the majority of the votes of the members of that curia.
The function of the Comitia Curiata was to confer imperium and to play certain formal roles, like witnessing adoptions and wills. It may have played a role in the selection of kings. The power of the king and the Senate dwarfed that of the Comitia Curiata during the Regal period.
- "Literacy and Roman Voting," by Edward E. Best; Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte, Bd. 23, H. 4 (4th Qtr., 1974), pp. 428-43.
- A History of the Roman World 753-146 B.C., by H.H. Scullard; 1961
- The Beginnings of Rome, by T.J. Cornell; 1995
- "The Servian Reforms"
The Journal of Roman Studies Vol. 35, Parts 1 and 2 (1945), pp. 30-48.