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mentioned only in the Regionary Catalogue in Region I. This was probably the square in which travellers were accustomed to leave their carriages (Galen, περὶ φλεβοτομίας 17), and connected with the schola carrucarum (better carrucariorum), or headquarters of those engaged in the business of transportation (CIL iii. p. 1938; DE ii. 120; BC 1912, 204-222; HJ 205; Pr. Reg. 116), which was situated between the porta Appia and the temple of Mars (BC 1916, 198-199). See MUTATORIUM CAESARIS.

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