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an open space in Region XIV (Reg. Cat.; Hemerol. Filoc. ad v Kal. April., CIL i². p. 314), south of the naumachia Vaticana and east of the via Triumphalis, where Caligula was fond of having horse races (Cass. Dio lix. 14). From inscriptions found in the vicinity (CIL vi. 10052-4, 10057-8, 10067, 33937, 33953; BC 1902, 177-185) it appears to have been surrounded by statues of successful charioteers (HJ 662; DAP 2. viii. 355-60; BC 1896, 248-9).

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