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known from two sepulchral inscriptions, one (CIL vi. 3971) of a slave of Nero, the other erected by one M. Aurelius Xenonianus Aquila, a Bithynian, who had a 'statio' in these horrea; as he calls himself πρῶτος λιθενπόρων, they must have been among the marble warehouses (RAP iii. 191-196; see EMPORIUM, MARMORATA).

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