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Samuel Ball Platner, Thomas Ashby, A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome, CASA ROMULI (search)
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. Vallars.). An ' aedes Romuli ' occurs in the list of the Argei (Varro v. 54: Cermalense quinticeps apud aedem Romuli), which evidently stood in some relation to the casa, and it has been conjectured that the casa may have stood 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\ ne/wn fraga/vwn 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. 150-153.)