AVIANUS VINDICIANUS, DOMUS
on the Quirinal (?) (see NS 1891, 250
; CIL vi.
). He also had property, near the Tiber, to the south-west of the
Mausoleum of Augustus (?), known only from several inscriptions on
a large lead pipe found near the Ripetta (CIL xv. 7399
). He was
consularis Campaniae, and vicarius urbis Romae in 378 A.D. (BC 1894, 49