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1 B.C. 313
2 B.C. 313
3 For the practice of driving a nail in the wall of the shrine of Minerva in the great temple of Jupiter on the Capitol, see vii. iii. but the writers referred to in the present passage are probably mistaken, as the Fasti Capitolini say that Poetelius was made dictator rei gerundae causa.
4 So called (or sometimes Lirenas) to distinguish it from two other towns called Interamna —a name which is derived from the two streams (in this case the Casinus and the Liris) at whose confluence the town was situated.
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