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an open space where horses were exercised, originally no doubt in teams of three, trigae (Philox. Gloss. CGI. Lat. ii. 200 : trigarium τόπος ὅπου ἵπποι γυμνάζονται; Plin. NH xxviii. 238; xxix. 9; cf. xxxvii. 202). It was in the north-west part of the campus Martius (Not. Reg. IX), between the stadium of Domitian and the Tiber (CIL vi. 31545: Paullus Fabius Persicus. . .ripam cippis positis terminaverunt a trigario ad pontem Agrippae; ib. 8461; HJ 600; CP 1908, 70-71; PT 138).

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