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2 The depression between the two peaks of the Capitoline Hill was called Asylum or Inter Duos Lucos. According to tradition it was there that Romulus established his asylum or place of refuge for criminals. The groves were originally on the summits. See Platner, Topography and Monuments of Ancient Rome, p. 305.
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