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a tomb on the via Flaminia, of which a fragmentary inscription was found when the bastions outside the porta Flaminia were destroyed in 1876-1877. This inscription appears to contain the names of two Gallonii-C. Gallonius Q. Marcius Turbo and C. Gallonius Turbo- which indicates a relationship with Q. Marcius Turbo, who was praefectus praetorio under Hadrian (Pros. ii. 108, No. 30; NS 1878, 35; BC 1877, 251; 1881, 175, pls. xii., xiii.; CIL vi. 31714). It is possible that the core of a large circular tomb about 100 metres north of the porta Flaminia, which had been marked on Bufalini's plan, belonged to this tomb (BC 1911, 187-192).

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