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SEP. C. ET L. CAESARIS a mnhmei=on or tomb of Gaius and Lucius Caesar, in which the body of Julia Domna was placed in 217 A.D. before being deposited in the mausoleum of Hadrian (Cass. Dio lxxviii. 24). This passage seems to prove that these two Caesars had a separate tomb and that their ashes were not placed in the mausoleum of Augustus. See p. 333, and p. 476, n. i. On the other hand, it is generally believed that a fragmentary inscription (CIL vi. 895 =31195) containing a dedication to Lucius Caesar, although found in the wall of a private house near the Piazza Capranica, belonged to a statue of Lucius in the mausoleum of Augustus. Whatever be the explanation of the statue, it seems unreasonable to doubt the statement of Dio (HJ 572 ; Mitt. 1903, 53 ; Gilb. iii. 306).