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mentioned in the Regionary Catalogue in Region XIV, and probably the headquarters of the organised tanners of Rome (cf. Iuv. xiv. 203). Three inscriptions (CIL vi. 117, 1118, 1682) relating to the corpus corariorum have been found in the neighbourhood of the Ponte Rotto, and in 1899-90 the remains of a large tannery were found beneath S. Cecilia (NS 1900, 12-14), with six vats like those at Pompeii (Mau, Pompeii, 416; HJ 638; RE iv. 1227; cf. DOMUS CAECILIORUM).

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