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lock of peperino with the inscription A. COVRI (second
century B.C.). A fragment of a puteal was also found, bearing the name REGIA (CIL ij. 1007, 1008).
At the south-west end of the marble building is a small
room, and near this in the wall was found the inscription (NS 1899, 128）
of the SCHOLA KALATORUM (q.v.), but no identification of any of the
existing divisions of the ruins with any of the parts of the ancient regia
mentioned in classical literature is possible.
In the seventh or eighth century the regia was transformed into
a private house, the traces of which are visible in all parts of the area,
but especially along the Sacra via, where the house was approached
by a flight of two steps roughly made of marble and travertine, on which
stood a row of cipollino columns taken from some ancient building.
Literature: general-Jord. i. 2. 298-304, 423-429; Gilb. i. 225-227,
305-310, 341-352; iii. 407-410; Thedenat 91-94, 274-277; HC 180-185;
RE i. A. 465-469; WR 502; LR 221-223; RL