Faustuli that is
mentioned once (Solin.
i. 18), and was preserved at least to the fourth century
(Not. Reg. X;
Hieron. praef. in libr. Didymi de Spiritu Sancto ii. 105, ed.
An ' aedes Romuli ' occurs in the list of the Argei (Varro
v. 54: Cermalense
quinticeps apud aedem Romuli), which evidently stood in
to the casa, and it has been conjectured that the casa may
within the aedes. Another casa Romuli, probably a replica
of the first,
stood on the Capitoline hill, perhaps in the area Capitolina
(Vitr. ii. 1. 5;
Sen. Contr. ii. 1. 4; Conon, Narr. 48, where it is called
*kalu/bhtis . . .
gnw/risma th=s faustu/lou diai/ths h(/n e)k forutw=n kai\
sunistw=ntes diasw/zousiv), but we know nothing
of this after the year
78 A.D. (dipl. mil. a. 78, Rom.-Germ. Centralmuseum v.
181; Jord. i. 2. 51;
Rodocanachi, Capitole 44; HJ 39; RE iii. 1633, vi. 2091).
(See AUGURACULUM, with which one view identifies it; DAP 2. xii.