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Roman topography and latin diction

Abstract:

This article contains five notes on Roman topography. The first three briefly argue (1) that the uia Tecta supposedly to be placed in the Campus Martius has perhaps arisen from corruption of uia Recta; (2) that the temple of Juturna, placed by Ovid near the arches of the Aqua Virgo, could not have stood where Largo Argentina now is, but further north, perhaps in the grounds of Santa Maria in Via; and (3) that the rites of Anna Perenna described by Ovid in Fasti 3 took place near the Mausoleum...

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Publisher copy:
10.1017/S006824621100002X

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Journal:
Papers of the British School at Rome
Volume:
79
Pages:
43-69
Publication date:
2011-01-01
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EISSN:
2045-239X
ISSN:
0068-2462
URN:
uuid:d4aa829b-f53d-416e-aa0d-981e341a1e3f
Source identifiers:
221473
Local pid:
pubs:221473
Language:
English

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