Encyclopedia Ichnographica     2500

Castrum Aguarum     2600

Catalogo     2601   b

cavea : an excavated place, a hallow, a cavity; the part of a theater in which spectators sat, seats, or benches

cavaedium : the inner court of Roman houses

cella, cellae : a storeroom, chamber; in argricultural language, a place for depositing grain or fruits, or for the abode of animals, a granary, stall, etc.; of the small simple dwelling apartments of men; the part of a temple in which the image of the god stood, the chapel; an apartment in a bathing-house
Cellae Vinariae     2602
Cellae Vinariae     260a

centatio (coenationes) : a dining-room, a dining hall

(Chaleidica) Chalcioecos among the Romans, a temple of Minerva

Choragium     2603

chronology     2604   b   c

circular formations     2605
Circulus     2606

circus : Circus Maximus, the oval circus built by Tarquinius Priscus between the Palatine and Aventine hills, which could contain more than one hunderd thousand spectators. It was surrounded by galleries three stories high, and a canal called Euripus. Through its whole length, in the middle, a wall four feet wide and about twelve broad was built, called spina, at the ends of which there were three columns upon one base (meta), around which the combatants were required to pass seven times before the prize was awarded. In the middle of he spina, Caesar erected the obelisk, 132 feet high, brought from Egypt. Besides the Circus Maximus, there were at Rome still other circi, among which the most celebrated was the Circus Flaminius in the ninth region; amd the Circus Vaticanus, begun by Caligula and finished by Nero.
circus circus     2607 2607a 2607b
Circus Agonalis sive Alexandri     2608 2608a
Circus Apollinaris     2609
Circus Caii, et Neronis     2611 2611a
Circus Domitiae     2612
Circus Flaminius jam tum Apollinaris     2613 2613a
Circus Hadriani     2614 2614a
Circus of Maxentius     261a

The City of God Against the Pagans

Claudius     2616

Clitoporticus     2617
Clitoporticus ab Hadriano Dis Manibus dicatae     2618

Clivus Publicus     2619

coelea : snail-formed, spiral

(cochlearum) coclearium : an enclosure or pen in which snails were kept and fed
Cochlearum Hirpini     2621

(coenaculum) cenaculum : a dining-room, usu. in an upper story; hence, an upper story, an upper room, a garret, attic (later, the dwelling of the poorer class of people)

cohortes : a company of soldiers, a division of the army, a cohort
Cohortes III Vigilum     2622
Cohortes VII Vigilum     2623

Collingwood, R. G.     2624

collis : an eminence, hill, rising ground, easy ascent
Collis Quirinalis     2625

columna : a projecting object, a column, pillar, post
Columna apotheoseos Antonini Pii     2626
Columna Bellica     262a
Columna Cochlidos     2627
Columna Lactaria     2628
Columna Rostralis Augusti     2629

compass     2630

conditorium : a place where anything is laid up, a repository; a place for preserving a dead body or the ashes of the dead, a coffin; a tomb, sepulchre

Constantinus     2631

contiguous elements     2632

Coriaria     2633

Cornificus : the name if a Roman plebeian gens; so, Q. Cornificius, friend of Cicero and author of rhetorical and grammatical works

crypta : a concealed, subterranean passage, a vault, cavern, cave, grotto, pit
Crypta Balbi     2634

Cryptoporticus     2639
Cryptoporticus     2638
Cryptoporticus CestivŠ     2637

cubiculum : an apartment for reclining or (more frequently) for sleeping, a resting or sleeping chamber
Cubicula Germanici     2638
Cubicula Libertorum     2639
Cubicula Servorum : 2640

Curatores     2641

cupressus : the cypress, an evergreen tree sacred to Pluto and used at funerals

curia : a building in which the curiŠ met for the performance of divine worship; a public building in which the Senate used to meet, the Senate-house
Curia Octaviae     2642
Curia Pompejana     2643

cursus : a running (on foot, on a horse, chariot, ship, etc.), a course, way, march, passage, voyage, journey, etc.
Cursus inter platanos     2644

custos, custodis : a guard, watch, preserver, keeper, overseer, protector, defender, attendant, etc., protectress, etc.

D'Aulerio, Anthony     2645

De Spectaculis     2646 2646a 2646b 2646c 2646d

decumanus     2647

Dedication     2648 2648a

delubrum : a temple, shrine, sanctuary
Delubrum Cn. Domitij     2649
Delubrum Solis     264a

Denuntiatores     2651
denuntiator(es) : under the emperors (since the second centruy of the Christian era), a police officier, police inspector

Diana : orig. an Italian divinity, afterwards regarded as idetical with the Greek Artemus, the daughter of Jupiter and Latona, the sister of Apollo, the virgin moon-goddess (Luna), the patroness of virginity, and the prosider over child-birth (in this character she is called Lucina), the chase, and nocturnal incantations (on this account her statues were three formed, and set up in the trivia

Dieta     2652
Dieta Neronis     2653

Diribitorium     2654

Dis : the god of the infernal regions, the Greek Pluto

Dixon, Susan M.     2655 2655a 2655b 2655c

Dolabella : the name of a Roman family in the gens Cornelia, of which the best known individual is P. Cornelius Dolabella, Cicero's son-in-law

Domitia     2656

Domitianus     2657

Domitii Calvini : consul AUC 701

domus : a house, home
Domus Anicior     2658
Domus Aeditui     2659
Domus Alexandri Severi     2660 2660a
Domus Cornelior     2661
Domus Galii Nigri     266a
Domus Hortorum     2662
Domus Julii amici Martialis     2663
Domus Martialis     2664
Domus Nepotis     2665
Domus Nuvu     2666
Domus Pincii     2667
Domus Plebijae     2668
Domus Pompejana     2669
Domus Pomponij Attici     2670
Domus Q. Ciceronis     2671
Domus Q. Tuberonis     2672
Domus Sacerdotum Isidis     2673
Domus Salustij     2674

double theater     2675 2675a 2675b

downtown versus suburbia     2676

Drusus : a well-known Latin surname in the Livian family; Claudius Drusus Nero, son of Tiberius Clausius Nero and Livia Drusilla, father of Germanicus

ductus aquae : an aquaduct

Durand, J. N. L.     2677

Eisenman, Peter     2678 2678a 2678b

elephantus : an elephant

Emporium     2679
Emporium     2680

ephebeum : a hall set apart for the youth in the palaestra

Equile     2681

Equiria     2682 2682a 2682b

Eros et Thanatos     2683 2683a 2683b 2683c 2683d 2683e 2683f 2683g 2683h 2683i 2683j 2683k 2683l

euripus     2684

Europa : daughter of the Phoenician king Agenor, sister of Cadmus, and mother of Sarpedon and Minos by Jupiter, who, under the form of a bull, carried her off to Crete; the portico in the Field of Mars, which was adorned with a painting represting the rape of Europa

Excubia     268a

Exercitationes ad Cursum     2685
Exercitationes Militares     2686
Exercitationes Militares     2687

extremism     2688

Fabius (Fabianus) : the name of a Roman gens, among its distinguished members was, Q. Fabius Maximus Conctator, a famous didtator in the Second Punic War

Fabri Ferrarij     2689

Fasolo, Vincenzo     2691 2691a 2691b 2691c 2691d 2691e 2691f 2691g

Faunus, Fauni : a mythis son of Picus, grandson of Saturn, and father of Latinus, king of Latium; he instituted tillage and grazing, and after death was the protecting diety of agriculture and of shepherds, and also a giver of oracles; after the introduction of the worship of Pan intto Italy, he was identidied with Pan, and accordingly represented like the latter, with horns and goats feet. On account of the assimilation of Faunus to Pan, the appellation Fauni was also used for Panes, sylvan dieties

fertility     2692

Festus     2693

Flaminius     2694

Flora : the goddess of flowers, whose festival was celebrated on the 28th of April, often with unbridled licence

fons : a spring, fountain, well-source; a mineral spring
Fons Scipionum     2695

Forma Urbis     2696

Fortuna : the goddess of fate, luck, or fortune, Fortune

forum : what is out of doors, an outside space or place; a public place, a market-place, market
Forum Archimonium     2697
Forum M. Aurelij     2698
Forum Olitorium     2699




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