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a statue of Julius Caesar, to the base of which official documents were affixed, mentioned only by Plin. Ep. viii. 6. 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 EQUUS TREMULI, is far more likely to have been the base of this statue (DR 470). Various inscriptions in which a loricata occurs (Jord. i. 2. 374) should probably be referred to a building; cf. CASTORUM, AEDES (p. 103, n. I).

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