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L. FABIUS CILO, DOMUS presented by Septimius Severus to Cilo, his intimate friend and praefectus urbi in 203 A.D. (Viet. Ep. 20. 6; Pros. ii. 45. 20). It is mentioned in the Regionary Catalogue in Region XII, and on an inseribed lead pipe (CIL xv. 7447) found near S. Balbina, on the Aventine (Bull. d. Inst. 1859, 164; NS 1884, 223; BC 1916, 198). Considerable remains of substructions, of an earlier date, however, still exist on the way up to and under the monastery, while the church itself was formed out of a rectangular hall of the house (Mon. L. i. 490). A fragment (43, cf. 58) of the Marble Plan may also indicate this house (LR 543; HJ 88 ; RE vi. 1767 ; ZA 279-280); Kirsch, Rem. Titelkirehen, 94-96).