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Samuel Ball Platner, Thomas Ashby, A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome, CURIA IULIA (search)
d of the nineteenth century there has been another rise in level of about 1 metre. To the left of the curia was the CHALCIDICUM or Atrium Minervae (q.v.) (the last remains of which disappeared when the Via Bonella was made in 1585-90), a courtyard with a colonnade running down each side; while to the north-west again was the Secretarium Senatus, a hall measur- ing 18.17 by 8.92 metres, with an apse at the north-east end. An inscription shows that it had been restored by Junius Flavianus in 311 A.D. and that it was repaired in 412 A.D., after its destruction by fire, by the then Praefectus Urbi, Epifanius (CIL vi. 1718). The passage of Cassiodorus, Var. iv. 30, curvae porticus, quae iuxta domum palmatam (q.v.) posita, forum in modum areae decenter includit, etc., referred by Jord. i. 2. 257, 258 to the apse of this building, should more probably be taken to signify the south-western hemicycle of the forum of Trajan (BC 1887, 64-66; 1889,363; 1899, 88). The ancient basilica of S. Martin
Samuel Ball Platner, Thomas Ashby, A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome, Chronological Index to Dateable Monuments (search)
orum Julium, 226; terminal stones of Tiber banks, 538. 298-306Thermae of Diocletian, 527. 303Columns of Vicennalia in front of Curia, 145. 303-304Arcus Diocletiani on the Via Lata, 41, 42, 47. 306-312Reign of Maxentius: he builds Thermae on Palatine, 379, 530: Urbis Fanum, 387; dedicates base in Comitium, 136: Temple of Divus Romulus, 450; begins Basilica Nova (Basilica of Constantine), 76. 307Temple of Venus and Rome injured by fire and restored, 553. 311Secretarium Senatus restored, 146. 312-337Reign of Constantine: he completes Basilica, 76: Equestrian statue in Forum, 201; restores House of Vestals, 60: Circus Maximus, 117: Basin of Meta Sudans, 340: Arch of Janus Quadrifrons, 280: Porticus, 421: Aqua Virgo, 29. 312Castra Praetoria dismantled, 107. 315 (before). Thermae Constantinianae, 421, 525. 315-316Arch of Constantine, 36. 328Statio Aquarum restored, 313. 331(ca.). Basilica of Jun