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PORTICUS INTER LIGNARIOS built in 192 B.C. extra portam Trigeminam (Liv. xxxv. 41. 10) from the fines paid by convicted usurers, and evidently intended for those engaged in the trade in wood which was unloaded at this point on the river bank (HJ 174; Merlin 251).