Filocalus Chronography of 354
 
Furius Dionysius Filocalus 366 - 83 17
Chronography of 354
 
According to Frontinus the aqueducts served 591 lacus (or major delivery points) and each on average delivered cubic meters of water per day. Bruun estimates that each delivery point served on average 900 individuals. This computes to a per capita water use of liters per day. 1,200 cisterns total
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Total 1601 6.4 5:20
Chapters 16
Pages per chapter .4 :41
1 Porta Capena.
Special buildings
1 Temple of Honour and Virtue
2 fountain dedicated to the muses
3 Lake of Prometheus
4 Baths of Torquatus and Vespasian
5 Severian and Commodian hot baths
6 Parks of Apollo and Splenis
7 District connected with cloth-making
8 Place where imperial carriages were kept
9 Baths of T. Flavius Abascantus (freedman of Domitian) and S. Petronius Mamertinus (praetorian prefect 139-1AD)
10 public square where private carriages might be left (banned in Rome itself)
11 Temples of Mars and Minerva and Tempest
12 river Almo
13 Arches of the deified Verus Parthicus and deified Trajan and Drusus
Types of structures
1 Streets 10
2 Shrines 10
3 Vicomagistrates 48
4 Curatores 2
5 Apartments 3250
6 Houses 120
7 Grain warehouses 16
8 Bath houses 86
9 Cisterns 81/87
10 Bakeries/mills 20
11 Circumference in paces 12211/12.74=9.0Km 5.18.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
8 Forum Romanum vel Magnum.
1 golden statue of the Genius of the Roman people.
2 golden equestrian statue of Constantine
3 Senate
4 name given in late antiquity to the 'Chalcidicum' of Augustus; a courtyard.
5 Fora of Augustus Nerva and Trajan Caesar
6 Temple of Trajan and the spiral pillar 1paces high it has 1steps inside windows.
7 6th cohort of watchmen
8 basilica of the bankers' exchange
9 temple of Concord
10 navel of Rome
11 temples of Saturn and Vespasian and Titus
12  Capitol
13 golden milestone
14 Street from the forum to the Carmentalian gate taking its name from an altar of Juno Iuga.
15 basilica Julia
16 temples of Castor and Minerva
17 temple of Vesta
18 Agrippian and Germanician grain warehouses.
19 Courtyard of Cacus
20 pearl portico
21 elephant herbarium
1 Streets 34
2 Shrines 34
3 Vicomagistrates 48
4 Curatores 2
5 Apartments 3,480
6 Houses 130
7 Grain warehouses 18
8 Bath houses 85/86
9 Cisterns 120
10 Bakeries/mills 20
11 Circumference in paces 14,067 Inc. Atrium Minervai
 
9 Circus Flaminius.
1 stables 4 in number of the 6/8 factions
2 Temple
3 portico of Philip
4 Two old Minucian porticos holding foodstuffs (after M. Minucius 1BC).
5 Covered porch of Balbus
6 3 theatres firstly that of Balbus which takes 11,500 places
7 Theater of Pompey takes 20,500 places
8 Theater of Marcellus takes 17,500 places
9 Odium takes 11,600 places
10 Stadium takes 30,000 places
11 campus Martius (=field of Mars)
12  place where the 'trigae' exercised for chariot-racing.
13 Probably a large square where wines were disembarked
14 pantheon
15 basilica of Neptune Matidies and Marcian
16 temple of the deified Antoninus and ?? column 1paces high it has 203 steps inside and windows
17 Hadrianeum
18 Alexandrian and Agrippian hot baths
19 Portico of the Argonauts and Meleager
20 temple of Isis and Serapis
21  temple of Minerva Calcidica
22  temple of the gods
23 Insula Felicles (= a Roman skyscraper)
1 Streets 35
2 Shrines 35
3 Vicomagistrates 48
4 Curatores 2
5 Apartments 2,777
6 Houses 140
7 Grain warehouses 25
8 Bath houses 63
9 Cisterns 120
10 Bakeries/mills 15
11 Circumference in paces 32,500 x .= 2,406.78 temple Herculis Gelenius theatra Pompei and Marcelli) stadium capit  3,388
 
 
 
 
 
14 Trans-Tiber.
1 Gaianum (=a field for horse-racing created by Caligula) and the Phrygianum (=temple of Magna Mater Cybele)
2 5 (or Vatican and Augustean sea-battle sites
(The five sea-battle sites)
3 gardens of Domitius
4 Janiculum
5 bath house of Ampelis Priscus and Diana
6 Valerian statue
7 7th cohort of watchmen
8 head of the Gorgon
9 Hercules sleeping under the centre of the earth under whom much gold has been put
10 Temple of Fors Fortuna (goddess of accidental fortune)
11 College of the Septimian leather-workers
12  Hercules sleeping
13 Bruttian and Codetanum fields
14 Gardens of Geta (son of Septimus Severus)
15 Barracks of the state litter-bearers
1 Streets 78
2 Shrines 78
3 Vicomagistrates 48
4 Curatores 2
5 Apartments 4,405
6 Houses 150
7 Grain warehouses 22
8 Bath houses 86
9 Cisterns 180
10 Bakeries/mills 24
11 Circumference in paces 33,388