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the name given in the middle ages (Acta S. Laurentii AA.SS. Aug. 10) to the site occupied by the catacombs of S. Cyriaca and later by the church of S. Lorenzo and the modern cemetery, campo Verano; this district probably took its name from its owner in classical times(PBS iii. 89).

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