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12 via di S. Balbina), così le era stato attribuito il cognomen di Subsaxanay che ha conservato sino alla tarda redazione dei cataloghi regionarii. I medesimi danno il nome di clivus Delfini alla predetta salita di S. Balbina, che la commissione Reale ha conservato diligentemente nell'ordinare il nuovo parco, (p. 205) Il nome della seconda divinità, Silvano, richiama alla mente il racconto di Alessandro Donati (De urbe Roma I. Ili, e. XIII, pag. 330) circa la scoperta fatta in principio del secolo XVIII di un "templum sancti Silvani salutaris in montis Aventini vertice, ubi templum sanctae Balbinae, in vinea ad Thermas Antoninianas" (forse la vigna Benucci soprastante alle Terme stesse, recentemente espropriata) donde la base sarà precipitata nello xisto al tempo della rovina di Roma (v.

CIL VI 64 =/LS 3502. Letter heights: 1. 1: 45; 1. 2: 40; 1. 3: 35, except for the I in Claudi (40); 1. 4: 30, except for the I in servi (40); 1. 5: 30; 1. 6: 25; 1. 10 Venustus / Philoxeni / Ti(beri) Claudi Caisaris / servi / dispensatoris / vicarius / B(onae) D(eae) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito). Venustus, underslave of Philoxenus, slave and steward of the Emperor Tiberius Claudius, has fulfilled his vow to Bona Dea willingly and justly. Claudian. CIL VI 64: cippus sive basis in qua apparent vestigia statuae quae Uli erat imposita.

19-28 De Domo Sua XIII 35 De Domo Sua XXIX 77 De Domo Sua XXXIX 104-XL 105 De Domo Sua XLII 110 De Domo Sua LUI 136-137 De Haruspicum Responsis III 4 De Haruspicum Responsis V 8-9 De Haruspicum Responsis VI 12 De Haruspicum Responsis XVII 37-XVIII 38 De Haruspicum Responsis XXI 44 De Haruspicum Responsis XXVII 57 In Pisonem XXXVI 89 In Pisonem XXXIX 95 Ad Familiäres I ix 15 (Ad P. ) 28. ) Ad Atticum V xxi 14 Ad Atticum VI i 26 Paradoxa Stoico ru m IV ii 32 Ad Atticum XV xxv TIBULLUS 30. I vi 21-24 CORPUS TIBULLIANUM: LYGDAMYS 31.

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