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a street mentioned only in Symmachus (Ep. v. 54. 2) and LP xlii (vit. Innoc. i. 6), but probably identical with the vicus Salutis or Salutaris of an inscription (CIL vi. 31270) that was found at the S.W. end of the Via del Quirinale.1 This street was evidently named from the collis Salutaris or the temple of Salus, and probably connected the Alta Semita with the vicus Longus, corresponding in general with the Via della Consulta (HJ 405; RhM 1894, 404). The ancient pavement has been found along this line, in some places as deep as 18 metres below the present level (BC 1889, 386; 1890, 11).

1 HJ cit. calls it Via Venti Settembre; but the street is rightly called Via del Quirinale from the Piazza del Quirinale to the Quattro Fontane (KH i.-iii.).

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