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1 A. U. C. 585; we have an account of it in Livy, B. xiv. c. 42.—B.
2 This building is referred to by Velleius Paterculus, in the beginning of the Second Book of his History.—B. According to Aurelius Victor, it was situated in the Ninth Region of the City.
3 The Temple of Vesta is described by Ovid, Fasti, B. vi. 1. 265, et seq.—B.
4 C. Camillus probably, the Roman jurist and friend of Cicero.
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