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a street which must have entered or passed through the AESCULETUM (q.v.). It is known only from the occurrence of the name in the inscription (CIL vi. 30957) on an altar dedicated by the magistri vici Aescleti to the Lares, which was found in the via Arenula about 100 metres north of the Tiber (NS 1888, 498; BC 1888, 327-339; 2889, 69-72; Mitt. 1889, 265-267; HJ 521-522). Fragments of pavement have been found in the Via di S. Bartolommeo, and the vicus may have run in that direction.

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