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a road on the right bank of the Tiber, which led to the Campus Salinarum romanarum (see VIA OSTIENSIS, with which it was, in imperial times, united for purposes of administration). It was probably of very early origin (see VIA SALARIA, VICUS IUGARIUS). The first part of its course was identical with that of the VIA PORTUENSIS (q.v.). See T. v. 1-58.

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