Sacra   - in ancient sources @

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  Sacra   (Via Sacra) - a street in Rome
Wikipedia entry
  + Sacred
32/21 Domitius builds baths on the Via Sacra.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.1212   ranus, a pearl-merchant of Via Sacra, is buried in
CIL_add.6   (35)   us, perfumer from the Sacred Way, was here on 1st O
NicDam_130.81   his way through the 'Via Sacra', for he often walked there
Oros_5.19   he marched rapidly along the Sacred Way and came to the
Oros_7.8   he was, led along the Sacred to the forum while the
Sall:Hist_2.42   for the praetorship, along the Sacred Way. They chased the
ValMax_8.1d.5   fire that happened in the Via were brought to trial before

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