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Pandāna , ae, f. 2. pando, of the oldest gates of Rome, so called because it always stood open: “Saturnia porta, quam Junius scribit, ibi, quam nunc vocant Pandanam,Varr. L. L. 5, § 42 Müll.; Sol. 1, 13: “Pandana porta dicta est Romae, quod semper pateret,Fest. p. 220 Müll.
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