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AD PALMAM a name that seems to have been used from the fifth or sixth century for the area between the Curia and the arch of Septimius Severus (Anom. Vales. 66 in Chron. Min. i. 324 (517 A.D.): venit ad senatum et ad Palmam populo adlocutus; Acta S. Restituti AA. SS. May 29, c. 12). This area had previously been called TRIA FATA (q.v.), and was undoubtedly identical with the Palma Aurea of Fulgentius (Acta S. Fulgentii AA. SS. Jan. vol. i. p. 37, c. 13: in loco qui palma aurea dicitur). The DOMUS PALMATA (q.v.) has been wrongly placed here (BC 1887, 64-66) : see supra, 187 and add.