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found on an inscription at Praeneste (CIL xiv. 2886), but presumably indicating the district in Rome from which came a certain L. Domitius Agathemerus, a freedman of the pantomimist Paris, and a coactor argentarius (FUR p. 62, and frg. 107). Another inscription found at Reate (CIL ix. 4680) mentions a 'vinarius a septem Caesaribus.' The name is doubtless taken from a street or shop sign.

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