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Angiportus

or Angiportum. A narrow lane between two rows of houses, sometimes ending in a cul-de-sac. The number of such places seems to have been considerable in ancient Rome, and they were apt to be disreputable (Catull. 58, 4). The form angiportum is archaic.

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