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CURIA ACCULEIA

mentioned once by Varro (LL. vi. 23) as the place where the Angeronalia were celebrated. As this festival is also said to have been celebrated at the sacellum Volupiae (Macrob. Sat. i. 10. 7; Hemerol. Praenest. ad xii Kal. Ian.), curia Acculeia was probably either another name for the sacellum, or an adjacent structure, standing near the point where the Nova via entered the Velabrum (HJ 45; RE iv. 1821 ; Gilb. i. 56-58 ; ii. 104-107).

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