Encyclopedia Ichnographica     2500

Forum Salustii     2700
Forum Saurium     2701

Frontispiece     2702

frumentaria : of or belonging to corn

Gallaeci : a people on western Hispania Tarraconensis now Galacia and part of Portugal
Germanicus : a surname of several generals who gained victory over the Germans, esp. (a) Nero Claudius Drusus Germanicus, the son of Livia, (b) Germanicus Caesar, son of the preceeding, and brother of the emperor Claudius
Germanici : German, Germanic
Geta : a Roman surname; as c. Licinius Geta, consul A.U.C. 638, cenor 646; and Geta, brother and coregent of the emperor Caracalla
Gordianus : a Roman proper name, in particular, the name of three Roman emperors

gradus : that on which one steps, a step, or round of a ladder, a stair
Gradus natationis ad ornatum Xysti     2703

Gratianus : of or belonging to a Gratius; son and co-regent of the emperor Valentinian I, from 367 to 383 A.D.

Gymnasium     2704
Gymnasium Neronis     2705

Hadrian     2706
Hecate: daughter of Perses, or Persoeus,and Asteria, the sister of Latona, the presider over enchantments, conjurations, etc.; she is often identified with Diana, Luna, and Proserpina, and is therefore represented with three heads

Hecatonstylon     2707

Hercules : son of Jupiter and Alcmena, husband of Dejanira, and, after his deification, of Hebe, the god of strength and the gaurdian of riches, to whone, therefore, tithes were offered; he was also the guide of the Muses; the poplar was sacred to him
Hirpini : a people of Lower Italy, between Campania, Lucnia, and Apulia. They were of Samnite origin, and their name was said to come from the Sabine hirpus, "a wolf"

Honorius, Flavius     2708 2708a

Horologium     2710 see 2999

(horrea) horreum : a storehouse, especially for preserving grain, a barn, granary, magazine
Horrea     2709
Horrea Galbea     2711
Horrea Publica     2712

hortus, horti : a garden, pleasure-garden, fruit-garden, kitchen-garden, vineyard
Horti Agrippae     2713
Horti Agrippinae     2714
Horti Anteri     2715
Horti Argiani     2716
Horti Cn. Dolabellae     2717
Horti Domitiae     2718
Horti Domitii Corbulonis     2719
Horti Gatae     2721
Horti a Julio Caesare Populo legati     2722
Horti Julii Caesaris     2723
Horti Julii Sabini Ligonis     2724
Horti Lolliae Paulinaev     2725
Horti Luciliani     2726 2726a
Horti Lucullani     2727
Horti M. Antonii     2728
Horti Narcissi     2729
Horti Neroniani     2731 2731a
Horti Pincii     2732
Horti Plotii Firmi     2733
Horti Pompeij Macri     2734
Horti Pomponii Silvani     2735
Horti prius Pompejani deim Marci Antonii     2736
Horti Salustiani     2737
Horti Serviliani     2738
Horti Tigillini     2739
Horti Valeriani     2741

Hortulorum     2742

hospitalia : apartments for guests, guest-chambers

Ichnographia Campus Martius     2743 2743a 2743b 2743c

Il Campo Marzio dell'antica Roma     2744

imagination     2745

"Inside the Density..."     274a

inspiration     2746

insula : an island, isle
Insula Phelidii     2747
Insula Tiberina sive Aesculapii     2748

inversion     2749 2749a 2749b 2749c

Isis, Isidis : the Egyptian goddess Isis

Jani : four arched passages in the Roman Forum, where the merchants and money changers had their stands
Janiculum     2750

Janus : an old Italian diety. He was represented with a face on the front and another on the back of his head. The month of January was sacred to him, as were all other beginnings. The myth makes him a king of Latium or Etruria, where he hospitably received Saturn when expelled by Jupiter from Crete. He had a small temple in the Forum, with two doors opposite to each other, which in time of was stood open and in time of peace were shut; the temple was trice closed on this account, i the time of Numa, after the first Punic war, and after the battle of Actium. With reference to his temple, the diety was called janus geminus or Janus Quirinus
Jovis : Jupiter or Jove, a son of saturn, brother and husband of Juno, the chief god among the Romans
Juno : the goddess Juno, daughter of Saturn, sister and wife of Jupiter, and the gaurdian diety of women; as the foundress of marriage, she is also called pronuba Juno; and as the protecting goddess of lying-in women, Juno Lucina. Juno inferna or infera, i.e., Proserpine

Jani Domitiani     275b

Kahn, Louis I.     2751 2751a

Koolhaas, Rem/OMA     2752

labrum : a basin, a tub
lactaria : of or belonging to milk, containing milk, milky, made of milk or with milk

lacus : a basin, tank, tub; a lake, pond; a large reservoir for water, a basin, tank, sistern
Lacus Aq. Virginis     2753
Lacus potandis equis     2754

Lampridius     2755

Lanciani, Rodolfo Amedeo     2756

land use     2757

language of the plans     2758 2758a

Lares : tutelar deities, Lares; Lares praestites: the tutelar deities of an entire city; Lares permarini: tutelar deities of the seas; Lares permarinus: marine Lares, gaurdian deities of those who travel by sea; most commonly the Larea (as familiares or dometici), the tutelar deities of a house, household gods, domestic Lares (whose images stood in the hearth in a little shrine, aedes, or in a small chapel, lararium

Latin language     275c

Lauf, Stephen     2759 2759a 2759b 2759c

laurus, lauri : a bay-tree, laurel-tree, laurel. In festivals, the ancestral images were decorated with laurel. The leaves, when eaten, were said to impart the power of prophesying. Victorious generals, i triumphal processions, wore laurel crowns on their heads and carried laurel branches in their hands, while their lictors bore fasces bound with laurel. Before the gate of the imperial palace stood two laurel-trees, with oaken crowns, in honor of the emperor, as the vanguisher of foes and the peoples preserver.
Lauri Vipsanae     2761

lavacrum : a bath
Lavacrum     2762
Lavacrum Apollinis     2763
Lavacrum Publicum     2764

Lavernae : the patron goddess of gain (lawful or unlawful), and hence especially of rogues and thieves

libraria : she that weighed out the wool to the female slaves, a fore-woman, head-spinner; a bookseller's shop
Librarij     276a

loculus, loculi : a little place; a coffin; in plural: small receptacle with compartments, a coffer or casket for keeping all sorts of things in
Loculi cum Statuis Virorum illustrium     2765
Loculi Sepulchrales Libertorium     2766

longest axis     2767 2767a 2767b

Lucilius : the name of a Roman gens, whose most celebrated members were, the poet, C. Lucilius, a native of theCampanian Suessa, fromerly Aurunca, the father of Roman satire; C. Lucilius Balbus, an eminent Stoic; Lucilius Bassus, a writer of no merit
Lucina : the goddess of childbirth (because she brings to the light)
Lucullus : a family in the gens Licinia. The most celebrated is I. Licinius Lucullus, the conquerer of Mithridates, famous for his great wealth and luxery

lucus : a wood, grove, or thicket of trees sacred to a diety
Lucus Agrippae     2768
Lucus Lavernae     2769
Lucus Minerva     2770

Ludi : public games, plays, spectcles, shows, exhibitions, which were given in honor of the gods, etc.
ludus : a play, game, diversion, pastime; a place of exercise or pracice, a schoo for elementary instruction and discipline
Ludus     2771
Ludus Florae     2772

Lumisden, Andrew     2773

lupanar     2774
Lupanaria Neronis     2775

Luperca : a goddess of the old Romans, the wife of Lupercus, identified with the diefied she-wolf that suckled Romulus
Lupercalia : the festival of the Lycean Pan (Lupercus), celebrated in February, in which the priests (Luperci), with their faces painted and only a girdle about their loins, ran about the city striking the women they met, a ceremony supposed to make them fruitful
Lycaon : a king of Arcadia, father of Callisto, whom Jupiter, because he had defiled his altar with human sacrifices, turned into a wolf; according to Ovid, because he had tried to murder Jupiter himself, who was his guest

machina (machinarum) : a machine, i.e., any artificial contrivance for performing work, an engine, fabric, frame, scaffolding, staging, easel, warlike engine, military machine
Manes, Manibus : the deified souls of the departed, the ghosts or shades of the dead, the gods of the Lower World, infernal deities, manes
Marcellus : M. Claudius Marcellus, the nephew of Octavian and adopted by him
Marcius : the name of a Roman gens, Ancus Marcius, the fourth king of Rome, L. Marcius, a Roman knight who commanded the army in Spain after the death of Scipios, two brothers marcii, Roman soothsayers in very ancient times

Mars     2776 2776a

Mausoleum Augusti     2777

Martialis : M. Valerius, the well-known Roman epigrammatic poet, a native of Bilbilis in Spain, under the emperors Domitian, Nerva, and Trajan
Matidia : neice of the emperor Trajan, mother-in-law to the emperor Hadrian

memoria, memoriae : the faculty of remembering, memory, recollection; to recall to mind, recollect; memory, remembrance; a monument esp. a Christian church as a memorial of a saint or monument of a martyr; personified, the goddess of memory
Memoriae Augusti     2778
Memoriae Hardiani ob ejus restus Belligestas     2779
Memoriae Hadriani ob victoriam Judaicam     2781
Memoriae Claudii     2782
Memoriae Licini Crasa     2783
Memoriae M. Marcelli     2784
Memoriae M. T. Ciceronis     2785
Memoriae Marci. Lepidi.     2786
Memoriae Pompeij Magni     2787
Memoriae rerum Gestarium Augusti     2788
Memoriae Regum Romanorum     2789
Memoriae Tiberij     2791
Memoriae Titi     2792
Memoriae Vespasiani     2793

meta : any mark at a boundary or limit esp. the conical columns set in the ground at each end of the Roman circus, the goal, turning post; anything of conical or pyramidal form, a cone, pyramid
Meta Romuli     2794
Metae Sudantis     2795

Minerva : a Roman goddess, identified with the Grecian Pallas Athene, the daughter of Zeus, and the goddess of wisdom, of sense and reflection, of the arts and sciences, of poetry, and of spinning and weaving
Minerva Chalcidica     2796

Minutia Frumentaria     2797
Minutia Vetus     2798

mistakes     2799




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