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probably a sort of warehouse and depot on the via Lata, opposite the Saepta and near the church of S. Marcello, which was a station of the cursus publicus, and where certain goods subject to import duty (anabolicae species, Hist. Aug. Aurel. 45) were received and unpacked (HJ 462; Mitt. 1896, 320-I; LPD i. 164, 166; LP xxxi. 3; Acta SS. 16 Jan. p. 369; HCh 308; RE iii. 1782, s.v. Catabolenses; cf. DOMUS LUCINAE).

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