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de of the Sacra via, a site previously occupied, in part at least, by the horrea Piperataria (Chron. cit.) of Domitian.See s.v.--though the remains which have actually been discovered belong in part at least to the porticoes of the Sacra Via of Nero (AJA 1923, 386, 42 ; Mem. Am. Acad. v. 115). It was the last of the Roman basilicas, which it resembled less than it did the halls of the great thermae. Its proper designation appears to have fallen into disuse at an early period, for in the sixth century it was called templum Romae; 2 It was later called templum Romuli, while the temple of Venus and Rome was called palatium Romuli; but the name never properly belonged to the so-called templum Divi Romuli at all. (LPD i. 280; Mel. 1886, 25 ff.; cf. however, BC 1900, 303), and in the seventh when Pope Honorius took its bronze tiles for the roof of St. Peter's (LPD i. 323; cf. BC 1914, 106). The south aisle and the roof of the nave probably collapsed in the earth- quake of Leo IV in 847 (L