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A lead pipe bearing his name belonging to the middle or end of the second century A.D. was found at the north-west angle of the Finance Ministry (CIL xv. 7467; LF io). The tomb of Q. Haterius (CIL vi. 1426; cf. Pros. ii. 126. 17) stood on the right of the via Nomentana not far off, and served as foundation to one of the towers of the porta Nomentana of the Aurelian wall (PBS iii. 38). See SEP. Q. HATERII.

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