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on the Quirinal, near the temples of Salus and Quirinus. This house belonged to a certain Tampilus, and afterwards to T. Pomponius Atticus. It was old-fashioned in its appointments, but had a delightful garden (Cic. ad Att. iv. I. 4; xii. 45.3; de legg. i. I. 3; Nepos Att. 13). It continued in the possession of the Pomponii, for an inscription (CIL vi. 1492) found at the south-east corner of the Alta Semita and the clivus Salutis in 1558 (LS iii. 192) indicates that T. Pomponius Bassus, curator alimentorum under Trajan, lived here in 101 A.D. (RhM 1894, 398, 399; Pros. iii. 75. 530).

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