Platner, Samuel Ball; Ashby, Thomas
A topographical dictionary of ancient Rome — Oxford: Univ. Press [u.a.], 1929

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Lucus Iunonis Lucinae : see Iuno Lucina.
Lucus LibitinaE : a grove sacred to Venus Libitina, probably on the
Esquiline, near the porta Esquilina and the early necropolis. This was
the headquarters of the undertakers (Libitinarii}, and here lists of the
dead were kept and all provision made for funerals (Dionys. iv. 15 ;
Fest. 265 ; Plut. q. Rom. 23 ; Numa 12 ; Obseq. 12 ; Asc. in Mil. 34
(Kiessl. p. 29) ; CIL vi. 9974, 10022, 33870 ; BC 1905, 207 ; Gilb. i. 176 ;
HJ 660 ; Rosch. ii. 2034-2035).
Lucus Martis : a grove on the via Appia (Schol. Iuv. i. 7 : lucus Martis
qui Romae est in Appia via in quo solebant recitare poetae ; cf. HJ 208),
probably beside the temple of Mars (q.v.).
Lucus Mefitis : see Mefitis.
Lucus Mustellinus : see Murus Mustellinus.



bus, mentioned only in
1905, 202).
:y who seems afterwards
503 : lucus erat dubium
les ; Rosch. ii. 226-227).
gies in 186 b.c., and lay
13 ; Ov. Fast. vi. 518 ;
th-west slope of the hill.

5, which was flanked at
bronze (Hor. AP 32 ;
:s location is unknown,
•iumvir Lepidus, or his
it had been transformed
ycleti. This name may
1 some sign representing
r the bronze workers of
hat of the owner of the
kE i. 593).
from Dacia, assigned to
Curiosum. The former
near the Colosseum and

Lucus Petelinus : a grove outside the porta Flumentana, where the
comitia assembled to try M. Manlius, in order that the people might not
be able to see the Capitoline during the trial (Liv. vi. 20 ; Plut. Camil. 36).
It is mentioned again (Liv. vii. 41) under date of 342 b.c. (BC 1905, 222).
Lucus Pison =—
Lucus Poete =■
Lucus Stimu:
to have bee
Semelae Sti

lucus vesta
Ludus Aemij
least on <
but it may Ξ
son. By tl Ξ
into a bath -
have been =■
the famous Ξ-^
the ludus ( Ξ.
baths (Jorc Ξ m
Ludus Dacic Ξ
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