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the tomb of a celebrated charioteer of this name of the time of Hadrian or the Antonines, on the via Flaminia just outside the porta Flaminia. The inscription was seen and copied by the compiler of the Einsiedeln Itinerary (CIL vi. o0047). When the square towers (BC 1877, 186) on the outside of the PORTA FLAMINIA were destroyed in 1876-1877, several large marble fragments of bas-relief with scenes from chariot races were found, which probably belonged to this tomb (BC 1877, 200-201; 1881, 176-179; 1911, 187-192; Friedlander, Sittengeschichte 118. 505-525; Bocconi, Mus. Cap. 301).

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