STATUA (LORICATA) DIVI IULII
a statue of Julius Caesar, to the base of
which official documents were affixed, mentioned only by Plin. Ep. viii.
. 13. The base of a large equestrian statue in front of, and orientated
with, the temple of Divus Iulius, which has been identified with the
, is far more likely to have been the base of this statue
(DR 470). Various inscriptions in which a loricata occurs (Jord. i. 2
should probably be referred to a building; cf. CASTORUM, AEDES