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a spring on the western slope of the Quirinal, near the Cati fons (CIL vi. 9854; Tac. Hist. iii. 69; Placidus p. 29).1 It gave its name to the vicus laci Fund(ani) (CIL I. i. 721=vi. 1297; RhM 1894, 401-403), a street that probably corresponded in general with the Via del Quirinale from the Piazza del Quirinale southwards.

1 Deuerling reads ' Catialem collem, ubi nunc lacus funditur,' following the MSS.: Mai conjectures ' Fundani,' and is followed by Hiilsen. In CGL v. 53 the text is given thus: ' Catialem collem, ubi nunc lacus funditus est dictus a cuntico cuius locum ' (sic).

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