perhaps the only vicus on the island (CIL vi. 975
). It is
mentioned in two other inscriptions (vi. 451, 821), and was probably
named after an earlier member of the family, whose first representative
known to us is C. Censorius Niger, in the second century (RE iii. 1910
Gilb. iii. 54
; HJ 638; Besnier 54-55).