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PORTICUS MAXIMAE built about 380 A.D. along the street, possibly the VIA TECTA (q.v.), leading from the theatre of Balbus to the pons Aelius (CIL vi. 1184). Fragments of granite columns have been found in the Via dei Cappellari and near Piazza Farnese (Ann. d. Inst. 1883, 21; NS 1880, 81; LF 20; HJ 597) as well as in the Piazza del Pianto and the Via della Reginella, which may belong to these porticus (see also BC 1911, 88), and numerous columns and architectural fragments between the Corso Vittorio Emanuele and the Vie Sora and del Pellegrino (NS 1919, 39-40; 1923, 247; PT 62).