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Samuel Ball Platner, Thomas Ashby, A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome,
VICUS CAPRARIUS a street mentioned only in a bull of Paschal II of 1104 A.D. (Quellen u. Forschungen xiv. (1911) 33: vicus Caprarius in regione quinta), and undoubtedly identical with the viculus Capralicus which occurs in the false bull of John III (Jord. ii. 669-670) of the end of the twelfth century. This street seems to have run south from the aqua Virgo and campus Agrippae, and pavement Some pavement found at the corner of the Via delle Vergini and the Via dell' Umilta may perhaps also be attributed to it; and it is possible that remains of the AEDICULA CAPRARIA (q.v.) were also discovered (BC 1925, 272, 273). found in the line of the via Lucchesi is thought to have belonged to it (LF 22, 16, where the name is erroneously given as vicus Capralicus; HJ 459-460; cf. Kehr, Italia Pontificia i. 71, 73, for references to S. Marcello in via Lata, where, however, there is no actual citation of the vicus).