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mentioned only in Not. in Region I. It was perhaps built by M. Vettius Bolanus, consul some time before 69 A.D., whose interest in real estate and building is shown by the fact that he owned an insula in Trastevere, and restored a shrine to the Bona Dea (CIL vi. 65-67).1

1 The lettering of these inscriptions is against the attribution to his son, consul ordinarius in 111 A.D.; see Pros. iii. 411. 323 3234. The date is given as 116 A.D., in CIL cit. and as 110 in HJ 640; but see CIL vi. 222, 691.

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