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periods). Julius Caesar had a scheme for cutting a new channel a Ponte
Mulvio secundum montes Vaticanos; see CAMPUS VATICANUS (Cic.
ad Att. xiii. 33. 4; HJ 493-494).
The cura Tiberis under the republic was in the hands of the censors.
Protecting walls were built at least as early as the second century B.C.
(see CLOACA MAXIMA, and cf. BC 1889, 165-172; Mitt. 1889, 285), and
we have nineteen of the terminal stones erected by P. Servilius Isauricus
and M. Valerius Messalla in 54 B.C. (CIL vi. 31540 a.p, gives fifteen;
and four more have since come to light (BC 1897, 62, 275; 1906, 117;
NS 1896, 524; 1897, 10, 252; 1906, 207). All of them are given in
CIL i². 766, a-t). They extend from the Pons Mulvius, at the second
mile of the via Flaminia, downstream as far as the Almo on the left
bank, while one was seen in the seventeenth century near S. Passera
(opposite S. Paolo) on the right bank. On the other hand, it was the
praetor urbanus who, a little earlier (the inscript