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ATRIUM PUBIICUM (in Capitolio) a public office, perhaps containing some of the state archives, said by Livy (xxiv. 10) to have been struck by lightning in 214 B.C. It may possibly be identified with the tw=n a)gorano/mwn tamiei=on, in which Polybius (iii. 26. 1) says that the treaties between Rome and Carthage were kept in his time (Jord. i. 2. 52).