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MANSIONES SALIORUM PALATINORUM apparently shrines in different parts of the city at which the Salii halted in their annual procession, known to us only from one inscription (CIL vi. 2158) on the marble facing of the temple of Mars Ultor in the forum of Augustus, which records a restoration of these mansiones in or after 382 A.D. (Jord. i. 2. 447; DS iv. 1018). From this inscription and a reference to a dinner of the Salii in the temple of Mars (Suet. Claud. 33) it is clear that one of these mansiones was in this temple.