n 1490, is lost; but the second, decorated with inferior
reliefs (one of which represents the suovetaurilia, in imitation of the
Trajanic slabs) which was found in 1547, still lies not far from the niger
lapis (Mitt. 1893, 281; HC 95-96; CIL vi. 1203-1205, 31261, 31262).
For a glass cup commemorating the same vicennalia see BC 1882, 180-19o.
Near here are also fragments of a large base for a quadriga erected in
honour of Arcadius and Honorius after Stilicho's victory over Gildo in
Africa in 398 A.D. (CIL vi. 1187, 31256 ; Mitt. 1895, 52-58 ; LR 261) and
another inscription celebrating Stilicho's victory over Radagaisus at
Pollentia in 403 A.D. (CIL vi. 31987).
The church of S. Adriano was founded in the curia by Honorius I
(625-638; LP lxxii. 6), who added the apse. It is called in tribus fatis
from a group of the three fates which stood near the temple of Janus
(Jord. i. 2. 259, 349; BCr 1912, 146; HC 24, 26; HCh 260-261). After
this several bodies were buried in niches cut in the fro