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MAUSOLEUM AUGUSTI * the mausoleum erected, as a dynastic rather than as a personal monument (we may note that it had become customary to grant the privilege of burial in the campus Martius to persons of distinction by special decree of the senate), by Augustus for himself, his family, and his successors in the northern part of the campus Martius, between the via Flaminia and the Tiber, as early as 28 B.C. (Suet. Aug. 100:(mausoleum) inter Flaminiam viam ripamque Tiberis sexto suo consulatu extruxerat, circumiectasque silvas et ambulationes in usum populi iam turn publicarat; Strabo v. 3. 9, p. 236: to\ *mausw/leion kalou/menon, e)ti\ krhpi=dos u(yhlh=s leukoli/qou pro\s tw=| potamw=| xw=ma me/ga, a)/rxi korufh=s toi=s a)eiqale/si tw=n de/ndrwn sunhrefe/s. e)p) a)/kpw| me\n ou)=n ei)kw/n e)sti xalkh= tou= *sebastou= kai/sapos, u(po\ de\ tw=| xw/mati qh=kai/ ei)sin au)tou= kai\ tw=n suggenw=n kai\ oi)kei/wn, o)/pisqen di\ me/ga a)/lsos peripa/tous qaumastou\s e)/xon); Fasti Cupr.