a shrine (?) somewhere in Rome, probably of Apollo as the flayer of Marsyas (quo cognomine is deus quadam in parte urbis colebatur
, Suet. Aug. 70; Rosch. i. 449
; iv. 319
-where the words
"dorthin aus Rom verschleppt" show that the author is not aware that S. Eusebio is in Rome-but Hulsen (RhM 1894, 630
), who is inclined to accept the identification with Apollo Sandaliarius, believes the words quoted to be a gloss), or as the punisher of slaves (Hermes, 1869 231).