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SEP. PASSIENORUM

the tomb of the Passieni (Pros. iii. 14-15), found in 1705 in the Vigna Moroni, on the west side of the via Appia, not far north of the porta Appia. It contained many fragmentary inscriptions from the first two centuries (CIL vi. 7257-7280, 33248, 33249). For the description and reproduction of this tomb, see BC 1895, 164, 170, 184-188, and MSS. sources there cited; HJ 209; CIL vi. p. 3430; PBS vii. 7 sqq., Nos. 1-21.

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