the market where various delicacies were sold
(cuppedia, cf. Walde, Etym. Worterb. s.v.), between the Sacra via and
the Argiletum (Varro, LL v. 146
; Fest. 48; Donat. Ter. Eun. 256). This,
with other separate markets, was incorporated in the MACELLUM
Fulvius Nobilior in 179 B.C. (Jord. i. 2
. 434). In Symmachus (ep. iii. 19)
it is called forum Cupedinarium.