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a street on the Aventine known only from a fragment of the Acta Arvalia of 240 A.D. (NS 1914, 473-474; DAP 2. xii. 37: in domu Fab. Fortunati promag. q.e. in clivo Capsar. in Aventino maiore). The capsarii looked after the clothes of persons using the public baths (CIL vi. 9232: capsararius de Antonianas (thermas)), and the clivus may have received its name because the attendants of the clothes rooms of the baths of Caracalla lived in it (cf. DE ii. 101).

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