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the tomb which Agrippa built for himself in the campus Martius 1 (Cass. Dio liv. 28; Suet. Aug. 97 probably). This is perhaps indicated by the remaining letters on fragments 72, 103 of the Marble Plan, and if so, the monument stood between the villa Publica and the thermae Agrippac, in the modern Via del Gesf (HJ 572; Mitt. 1903, 48-53).

1 Some think it was called monumentum Gai et Luci at a later period (Gardthausen, Augustus, ii. 3. 737).

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