a street running south from the Subura across the
western end of the Oppius to the Fagutal (Sol. i. 26
; Varro, LL v. 158
passing the point now occupied by the church of S. Pietro in Vincoli.
An inscription of the end of the fourth century (CIL vi. 31893
; BC 1891, 354-355
) was found here which mentioned the clivumpullenses, and
until the end of the sixteenth century the line of the street was marked
by the church of S. Giovanni in Carapullo or in clivo Plumbeo (HJ 257;
BC 1907, 180
; HCh 271).