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p274 I • J

The entries on pp274-309 of

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

(pp274‑275) Ianiculum: see separate page.

(pp276‑277) Ianus: see separate page.

(p278) Ianus, aedes: see separate page.

Ianus, Concordia, Salus, Pax, statuae: statues of these four divinities which were worshipped together on 30th March, according to Ovid (Fast. III.881‑882: Ianus adorandus cumque hoc Concordia mitis / Et Romana Salus araque Pacis erit). Augustus set up silver statues of Ὑγίεια δημοσία, Ὁμόνοια and Εἰρήνη in 11‑10 B.C. Cass. Dio LIV.35.2), probably those to which Ovid refers with the addition of Janus (CIL I2 p320). This ara Pacis is not the famous ara Pacis of Augustus.

Ianus Curiatius, ara: one of the two altars near the Tigillum Sororium (Fest. 297; Dionys. III.27.7: βωμὸς Ἰανοῦ Κορατίων. The other was dedicated to Iuno Sororia (Ἥρα ἀδελφή), and on them expiatory sacrifices had been offered from very early times. These altars belonged originally, in all probability, to the common cult of Janus and Juno at the beginning of the month (WR 104), but afterward s they were connected with the legend of Horatius and the murder of his sister (see Tigillum Sororium, and HJ 322; Gilb. I.178‑179; II.55‑56; Rosch. II.21; RE SUppl. III.1178‑1179).

(pp279‑280) Ianus Geminus: see separate page.

Ianus Quadrifrons: see separate page.

Ianus Quadrifrons, templum: see separate page.

p281 Janus Quirinus: see Janus Geminus.

Ilicium: see Ara Iovis Elicii.

Indulgentia (?): a temple (ναός) of Εὐεργεσία on the Capitoline, built by M. Aurelius in 180 A.D. (Cass. Dio LXXI.34.3: πλεῖστον δὲ ἐν εὐεργεσίᾳ διῆγεν, ὅθεν που καὶ νεὼν αὐτῆς ἐν τῷ Καπιτωλίῳ ἱδρύσατο, ὀνόματί τινι ἰδιωτάτῳ καὶ μήπω ἀκουσθέντι προσκαλέσας αὐτήν). Εὐεργεσία is probably to be identified with Indulgentia, i.e. Indulgentia Augusti, whose name appears on coins, and to whom at least one shrine in Africa (Cirta) was dedicated (Jord. I.2.47; WR 336; Rosch. II.233; CIL VIII.7095, 8813‑8814).

Insula: see separate page.

Insula Aesculapii: see Insula Tiberina.

Insula Bolani: see separate page.

Insula Cuminiana: see separate page.

Insula Felicles: see separate page.

Insula Serpentis Epidauri: see Insula Tiberina.

Insula Sertoriana: see separate page.

(p282) Insula Tiberina: see separate page.

Insula Vitaliana: see separate page.

p283 Inter Falcarios: probably a district in Rome, mentioned twice in Cicero (in Cat. I.8; pro Sulla 52), where the scythe-makers had their headquarters, although falcarius is defined in alate gloss (CGL V.599) as gladiator falcem gerens.

Inter Figulos: perhaps the common designation of a district close to the circus Maximus (Varro, LL V.154).

Inter duos Lucos: see separate page.

Inter duos Pontes: see Insula Tiberina.

Inter Vitores: see Circus Maximus (p116, n. 1).

Iovis Coenatio: see Sicilia.

(pp284‑285) Isis, aedes: see separate page.

(p286) Isis: see separate page.

Isis Athenodoria: see separate page.

Isis Curiana: see separate page.

Isium Metellinum: see Isis (2) in Reg. III.

Isis Patricia: see separate page.

Isis Pelagia: see separate page.

Ab Isis et Serapis: probably the name of a street leading to the temple of Isis and Serapis in Region III (CIL VI.234, 32462; Rostowzew, Syll. tess. No. 494).

Isis et Serapis in Capitolio: see separate page.

Isis et Serapis in Campo: see Isis.

(pp287‑288) Iulius, Divus, aedes: see separate page.

Iuno Curitis: see separate page.

Iuno Iuga: see separate page.

Iuno Lucina, lucus: see Iuno Lucina, aedes.

(p289) Iuno Lucina: see separate page.

Iuno Matuta: see Iuno Sospita.

(p290) Iuno Moneta: see separate page.

Iuno Regina, templum: see separate page.

Iuno Regina, aedes: see separate page.

p291 Iuno Regina in Porticu Octaviae: see Iuppiter Stator in Porticu Octaviae.

Iuno Sororia: see Ianus Curiatius.

Iuno Sospita, aedes (1): see separate page.

Iuno Sospita (2): see separate page.

Iuppiter Iuno Minerva, sacellum: see Capitolium Vetus.

Iuppiter Africus: see separate page.

(p292) Iuppiter Arborator: see separate page.

Iuppiter Conservator, sacellum: see separate page.

Iuppiter Custos: see Iuppiter Conservator.

Iuppiter Depulsor: see separate page.

Iuppiter Dolichenus: see separate page.

(p293) Iuppiter Elicius, ara: see separate page.

Iuppiter Fagutalis: see Fagutal, Vicus Iovis Fagutalis.

(p294) Iuppiter Feretrius: see separate page.

Iuppiter Fulgur: see separate page.

(pp295‑296) Iuppiter Heliopolitanus, templum: see separate page.

Iuppiter Inventor, ara: see separate page.

Iuppiter Invictus: see Iuppiter Victor.

Iuppiter Iurarius: see separate page.

Iuppiter Lapis: see Iuppiter Feretrius.

Iuppiter Liberator: see Iuppiter Soter.

(p297) Iuppiter Libertas, aedes: see separate page.

(pp298‑302) Iuppiter Optimus Maximus Capitolinus, aedes: see separate page.

(p303) Iuppiter Pistor, ara: see separate page.

Iuppiter Propugnator, aedes: see separate page.

Iuppiter Redux: see Castra Peregrina.

Iuppiter Salutaris, aedes: see separate page.

Iuppiter Soter, ara: see separate page.

(pp304‑305) Iuppiter Stator, aedes: see separate page.

(p306) Iuppiter Tonans, aedes: see separate page.

Iuppiter Tragoedus, statua: see separate page.

Iuppiter Tutor: see Iuppiter Conservator, Iuppiter Soter.

Iuppiter Ultor: see separate page.

(p307) Iuppiter Victor: see separate page.

(p308) Iuppiter Viminus, ara: see separate page.

Iuturna, lacus: see Lacus Iuturnae.

Iuturna, templum: see separate page.

Iuventas, aedes: see separate page.

(p309) Iuventas, aedicula: see separate page.


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