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the tomb of C. Considius Gallus, praetor peregrinus some time in the early empire (CIL vi. 31705; RE iv. 913), found in 1883 just north of the line of the via Tiburtina vetus, and close to the intersection of the modern Via Mamiani and Via Principe Amedeo (NS 1883, 420; BC 1883, 223). It was rectangular, 5.30 metres by 4.10, with a facade of marble and side wall of travertine. The inscription was on the frieze.

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