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apparently a public vineyard or park, known only from the inscription on a terminal cippus of 75 A.D. (CIL vi. 933; cf. 31208:Imp. Caesar Vespasianus Aug.... locum viniae publicae occupatum a privatis per collegium pontificum restituit). This was found outside the Aurelian wall between the 'porta Ardeatina' and the porta Appia (BC 1882, 155), and probably the vinea lay south of the Bastione del Sangallo, within the limits of Region XII, if this region ever extended beyond the line of the wall.

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