the only authority for the existence of a house of Catiline
on the Palatine is a passage in Suet. de Gramm. 17; M. Verrius Flaeeus
transiit in Palatium eum tota schola docuitque in atrio Catulinae domus,
quae pars Palatii tunc (before B.C. 4) erat
. This passage is often (e.g.
in Thes. Ling. Lat. Onomasticon, ii. 277. 35) referred to the house of
Catulus (see the next article) ; but it may be argued that the adjeetive
of Catulus is Catulianus (Plin. NH xxxiv. 77
) just as Catullianus is the
adjeetive of Catullus; whereas Catulina is admissible as a form of
Catilina. We know nothing of its site; LR I 9 places it ' on the edge
of the hill facing the Circus Maximus '; Boni preferred to identify it
with the house whieh he diseovered under the so-ealled lararium of
the Flavian palaee (JRS 1913, 248
; ef. DOMUS AUGUSTIANA
, p. 161).