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puteal ālis, n

putealis, a kerb-stone of a well : putealia sigillata duo.— A puteal, stone enclosure marking a sacred spot ; esp., the Puteal in the Comitium : supra impositum puteal accepimus (to mark where Navius cut a whetstone with a razor); here the money-lenders were found; hence, puteali et faeneratorum gregibus inflatus: adesses ad puteal Cras, H.: puteal Libonis (because restored by Scribonius Libo), H.

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