a quarter in Rome where the sigillaria, or small images used
as presents on the last days of the Saturnalia (also called Sigillaria), were
made and sold (Gell. ii. 3. 5; v. 4. I; Suet. Claud. 5 1; Nero 28. 2; Dig.
xxxii. 102. I). Its location is unknown.
1 Cf. also ib. 16. 4. Gellius refers to it also as a place where books were sold.
A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome. Samuel Ball Platner. Thomas Ashby. London: Humphrey Milford. Oxford University Press. 1929.
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