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ARCUS DOLABELLAE ET SILANI on the Caelian, at the north corner of the site of the castra Peregrina, erected in 10 A.D. by the consuls P. Cornelius Dolabella and C. Iulius Silanus (CIL vi. 1384). It is of travertine without ornamentation, and is usually supposed to have been built to support a branch of the aqua Marcia (not the rivus Herculaneus), and afterwards to have been used by Nero in his extension of the aqua Claudia, the arcus Neroniani (LA 312-313; HJ 234). Corroborative evidence for this view is found in the similar construction and inscription of the ARCUS LENTULI ET CRISPINI (CIL vi. 1385) at the foot of the AVENTINE (q.v.).