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[4] The two kings did not at once hold council in common with one another, but each at first sat with his own hundred councillors apart, then afterwards they united them all into one body, as at the present time. Tatius dwelt where now is the temple of Moneta, and Romulus beside the so-called Steps of Fair Shore;1 these are near the descent into the Circus Maximus from the Palatine.

1 The Greek text is probably corrupt. The ‘scalae Caci’ or Steps of Cacus must be meant.

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