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Samuel Ball Platner, Thomas Ashby, A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome,
BRUTTIUS PRAESENS, DOMUS
BRUTTIUS PRAESENS, DOMUS mentioned in the Notitia in Region III, apparently for some special reason. It probably was situated near the baths of Trajan. This Bruttius may have been the consul of 180 A.D. or a descendant of his (Pros. i. p. 241, n. 136-143; ii. p. 91, n. 355).
INDULGENTIA (?): a temple (nao/s) of Euepyeola on the Capitoline, built by M. Aurelius in 180 A.D. (Cass. Dio lxxi. 34. 3: plei=ston do\ e)n eu)ergesti/a| dih=gen, o(/qen pou kai\ new\n au)th=s e)n tw=| kapitwliw/| I(dru/sato, o)no/mati/ tini I)diwta/tw| kai\ mh/pw a)kousqe/nti proskale/sas au)th/n ).*eu)ergesi/a is probably to be identified with Indulgentia, i.e. Indulgentia Augusti, whose name appears on coins, and to whom at least one shrine in Africa (Cirta) was dedicated (Jord. i. 2. 47; WR 336; Rosch. ii. 233; CIL viii. 7095, 8813-8814).