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gardens of unknown location, but perhaps on the Via Latina (CIL x. 6706, which mentions an ager Peduceianus), and in that case probably outside the city. They may have belonged to M. Peduceius Stloga Priscianus, consul in 163 A.D. (Pros. iii. 21, 163); and later they became imperial property (CIL vi. 276, 33745). See also HORREA PEDUCEIANA.

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