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PAGUS IANICULENSIS a name for the district on the right bank of the Tiber while it was still organised as a pagus. It is found only in two inscriptions of about 100 B.C., one in a pavement of opus signinum (CIL i². 1000, 10011 =vi. 2219, 2220) discovered near S. Maria dell' Orto (Jord. i. I. 278; Mommsen, Staatsrecht, iii. 114, 115; DS iv. 273-276).