a street mentioned only in a bull of Paschal II of 1104 A.D.
(Quellen u. Forschungen xiv. (1911) 33
: vicus Caprarius in regione
), and undoubtedly identical with the viculus Capralicus which
occurs in the false bull of John III (Jord. ii. 669-670
) of the end of the twelfth century. This street seems to have run south from the aqua
Virgo and campus Agrippae, and pavement 1
found in the line of the via
Lucchesi is thought to have belonged to it (LF 22, 16, where the name
is erroneously given as vicus Capralicus; HJ 459-460; cf. Kehr, Italia
Pontificia i. 71
, 73, for references to S. Marcello in via Lata, where,
however, there is no actual citation of the vicus).