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The entries on pp68-86 of

Samuel Ball Platner (as completed and revised by Thomas Ashby):
A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome,
London: Oxford University Press, 1929.

p68 Bacchus, sacellum: see Liber, sacellum.

Balneum: see separate page.

Balneum Abascanti: see separate page.

Balnea Alexandri: see separate page.

Balineum Ampelidis: see separate page.

Balineum Antiochiani: see separate page.

Balineum Bolani: see separate page.

Balneum Caesaris: see separate page.

Balneum Charini: see separate page.

p69 Balineum Claudianum: see separate page.

Balneum Claudii Etrusci: see separate page.

Balineum Cotini: see separate page.

Balneum Crispini: see separate page.

Balineum Dafnidis: see separate page.

Balineum Dianes(ae): see separate page.

Balineum Fausti and Balineum Fortunati: see separate page.

Balineum Germani: see separate page.

Balineae Gordiani: see separate page.

(Balineum Gratiarum) Χαριτων Λουτρον: see separate page.

Balineum Grylli: see separate page.

Balineum Iuliorum Akariorum: see separate page.

Balineum Lupi: see Aeolia.

p70 Balineum Mamertini: see separate page.

Balneum Mercurii: see separate page.

Balnea Naeratii Cerealis: see separate page.

Balneae Palatii: see Balneum Caesaris.

Balneae Pallacinae: see Pallacinae.

Balineum Phoebi: see separate page.

Balneum Plauti(a)ni: see separate page.

Balneum Polycleti: see separate page.

Balineum Prisci: see separate page.

Balineum Scriboniolum: see separate page.

Balneae Seniae: see separate page.

Balneae Severi: see separate page.

Balnea Stephani: see separate page.

Balnea Surae: see Thermae Suranae.

Balneum qui cognominatur Templus see separate page.

p71 Balneum Tigellini: see separate page.

Balineum Torquati: see separate page.

Balineum Verulanum: see separate page.

Βαλανειον Τιμοθινων: see Thermae Novati.

Balineum Vespasiani: see separate page.

(p72) Basilica: see separate page.

(pp73‑76) Basilica Aemilia or Paulli: see separate page.

Basilica Alexandrina: see separate page.

Basilica Antoniarum Duarum: see separate page.

Basilica Argentaria: see separate page.

Basilica Calabra: see Curia Calabra.

Basilica Claudii: see separate page.

(pp77‑78) Basilica Constantini: see separate page.

Basilica Floscellaria: see separate page.

Basilica Fulvia: see Basilica Aemilia.

Basilica Gai et Luci: see Basilica Iulia.

Basilica Hilariana: see separate page.

Basilica Hostilia: see Basilica Vestilia.

(pp79‑80) Basilica Iulia: see separate page.

Basilica Iulia Aquiliana: see separate page.

(p81) Basilica Iunii Bassi: see separate page.

Basilica Marcianae/Basilica Matidiae: see separate page.

Basilica Maxentii: see Basilica Constantini.

Basilica Neptuni: see separate page.

Basilica Nova: see Basilica Constantini.

(p82) Basilica Opimia: see separate page.

Basilica Porcia: see separate page.

Basilica Sempronia: see separate page.

Basilica Sicinini: see Sicininum.

Basilica Ulpia: see Forum Traiani.

Basilica Vascellaria: see Basilica Argentaria.

Basilica Vestilia: see separate page.

Basis Q. Marci Regis: the pedestal of a statue of Q. Marcius Rex, erected on the Capitoline behind the temple of Juppiter, on which a diploma honestae missionis was fastened in 64 A.D. (CIL III p846, No. III).

(p83) Bellona, aedes: see separate page.

Bellona Pulvinensis, aedes: see separate page.

Bellona Rufilia, aedes: see separate page.

(p84) Bellona, sacellum: see separate page.

Bibliotheca Apollinis Palatini:* see separate page.

Bibliotheca Asini Pollionis: see separate page.

Bibliotheca Templi d. Augusti: see separate page.

Bibliotheca Capitolina: see separate page.

Bibliotheca Panthei: see Thermae Alexandrinae.

(p85) Bibliotheca Porticus Octaviae: see separate page.

Bibliotheca Templi Pacis: see Pacis Templum.

Bibliotheca Domus Tiberianae: see separate page.

Bibliotheca Ulpia: see Forum Traiani.

Bona Dea: a shrine of Bona Dea, which stood a little north of the present church of S. Cecilia in Trastevere, known only from certain inscriptions found in the neighbourhood. One (CIL VI.65) records the restoration of a sacrum Bonae Deae by M. Vettius Bolanus, consul c. 69 A.D. (cf. Balineum Bolani); another (67) the erection of a simulacrum in tutelam insulae Bolani, and the gift of an aedes to Bona Dea restituta or restitutrix, by a certain Cladus who also made another present of some kind to the goddess (CIL VI.66). Nothing further is known of this shrine (cf. CIL VI.75; BC 1905, 349; NS 1905, 270; HJ 639‑640; RE III.690; Gilb. II.177; III.445).

Bona Dea Subsaxana: see separate page.

p86 Bonus Eventus, templum: a temple of Bonus Eventus to which there is but one reference in literature (Amm. Marcell. XXIX.6.19) where it is said that the Porticus Boni Eventus (q.v.) was built near it in 374 A.D. The temple probably stood just west of the thermae Agrippae, and some ancient peperino walls found on the site of the church of S. Maria in Monterone may belong to it (ASRSP 1887, 471; BC 1878, 212‑213; 1891, 224‑227; 1914, 387‑388). The date of erection of this temple is unknown, but it may have been one of the buildings of Agrippa (HJ 581; RE III.715; Rosch. I.795‑797).

Bucinum: A name found in the Regionary Catalogue in Region IV, and once in the Digest (14.4.6.16). It occurs in the Catalogue among monuments that were probably near the lower end of the Subura, and it was probably a conch shell or horn, represented in monumental form, that gave its name to the locality (Mitt. 1907, 429‑433; BPW 1914, 382).

Busta Gallica: see separate page.


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