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FORUM PETRONII MAXIMI assumed to have been constructed by Petronius Maximus, praef. urbi under Valentinian III and emperor 455 A.D., because of one dedicatory inscription (CIL vi. I 198), in which he is called conditor fori, and a possible reference in another (ib. 197). The first inscription was found a little north-east of S. Clemente, and therefore the forum is supposed to have been situated in that neighbourhood on the via Labicana (HJ 303-4).