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a district or street near the temple of FLORA (q.v.) and the north end of the circus Maximus, which is mentioned only in one inscription, a slave's collar (CIL xv. 7172; Mitt. 1891, 342 ; 1892, 312).1 We also find in a catalogue of artisans of the end of the fourth century (CIL vi. 31900) a ' tonsor ad circum.'

1 Hulsen had in these articles referred the inscription to the temple of Flora on the Quirinal, but the mention of the praefectus annonae led him to change his opinion (HJ I 8).

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