* an annex to the Curia Iulia built by
Augustus (Mon. Anc.
iv. I; cf. Mommsen, ad loc.), called τὸ
(Cass. Dio li. 22
seems to have been a sort of porticus-perhaps a
repository for records
(RE iii. 2039
). The Chalcidicum was probably what was
called the Atrium Minervae (Not. Reg. VIII; Jord. i. 2
255), and in the
of Diocletian (q.v.) it was the central court,
through which the via
Bonella now runs. See DR 336-338.