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BASILICA SEMPRONIA erected in 170 B.C. by the censor Ti. Sempronius Gracchus, behind the TABERNAE VETERES (q.v.) and near the statue of Vortumnus, on a site that had been occupied by the house of Scipio Africanus and adjacent shops (Liv. xliv. 16). It stood therefore at the point where the vicus Tuscus entered the forum. Nothing is known of the history of the building, but it must have been destroyed when the Julia was built.