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_crĭ-portus , ūs, m. sacer.
I. A place in Latium, near Prœneste, where Sylla conquered the younger Marius (called in Appian, B. C. 1, 78, Ἱ῾ερὸς λιμήν), Liv. Epit. 87; Vell. 2, 26, 1; Flor. 3, 21, 23; Aur. Vict. Vir. Ill. 68 and 75; “per tmesin: quot apud Sacri cecidere cadavera portum,Luc. 2, 134.—
II. A small town on the Gulf of Tarentum, Liv. 26, 39.—(
III. Dub., and resting only on the authority of Sext. Ruf. Region.: Urbis Romanae, a square in Rome in the fourth region, also called _crĭpor-ticus .
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