or AD QUINTA´NAS
, a station on the Via Labicana or Latina, 15 miles from Rome, and at the foot of the hill occupied by the ancient city of Labicum, now La Colonna,
from which it was about a mile distant. (Itin, Ant.
p. 304; Gell, Top. of Rome,
p. 5.) Under the Roman Empire it became the site of a village or suburb of Labicum, the inhabitants of which assumed the name of Lavicani Quintanenses. [LABICUM