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VICUS LARUM CURIALIUM

* the probable name of a street in Region XIV, due to an emendation of the uncertain reading ruralium of the Capitoline Base (CIL vi. 975). No lares rurales are known, but an ara Larum curialium 1 has been found on the via Portuense, with which this vicus may be connected (NS 1907, 465; BC 1898, 42-47; PT 61).

1 With it were found two others, dedicated respectively to the Lares Semitales and Lares Viales (the gods of the footpaths and of the main roads).

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