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CURIA ATHLETARUM the headquarters, under the empire, of the organised athletes of Rome. The name, curia athletarum (acletarum) appears in one Latin inscription (CIL vi. 10154; 10153 refers to it) ; on numerous Greek inscriptions it appears as custikh\ su/nodos tw=n . . . a)qlhtw=n（IG xiv. 1054, 1055, 1102-1110). These inscriptions were found between S. Pietro in Vincoli and S. Martino, indicating that the building was in the immediate vicinity of the thermae Traianae, and an attempt has been made to identify it with a basilica-shaped hall just north of the thermae (BC 1891, 185-209). This curia was given to the association in 143 A.D. by the Emperor Antoninus Pius (HJ 314)