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the imperial mint in Region III (Not. Cur.). Its site on the via Labicana close to S. Clemente is indicated by the discovery at this point in the sixteenth century of several inscriptions which record dedications to Apollo (CIL vi. 42), Fortuna (43), Hercules (44), Victoria (791), Genius familiae monetalis (239), by the various officials of the mint (cf. also CIL vi. 298, 1145, 1146, 1647=x. 1710, 33726=xv. 7140; Hirschfeld, Verwaltungsbeamten, 181-189). These dedications date from 115 A.D., but the mint was probably established here considerably earlier, though not before the time of Vespasian, when the domus aurea, which must have included this site, was abolished (HJ 303; LS iii. 152).

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