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PORTICUS BONI EVENTUS either built or restored by a certain Claudius, prefect of the city in 374 A.D. (Amm. Marcell. xxix. 6. 19), around the temple of BONUS EVENTUS (q.v.). Five large capitals of white marble, 1.70 metre high, found between the present church of S. Maria in Monterone and the Teatro Valle, may belong to this porticus and thus mark its position. This site was probably part of the area occupied earlier by the stagnum and horti of Agrippa (HJ 581; Hulsen, Thermen des Agrippa 33, 43; BC 1891, 224-227; 1914, 388; LS iii. 127, 232).