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leads to Janiculum. When Albinus, [[deletion]] one [[/deletion]] [[addition]] a man [[/addition]] of the order of the Plebe ^ [[addition]] i [[/addition]] ans of Rome, saw them, he was in a cart with his Wife and children [[deletion]] going ax [[/deletion]] ^ ^ [[addition]] going with [[/addition]] the rest of the crowd [[deletion]] which was [[/deletion]] out of the town; he [[deletion]] was moved [[/deletion]] ^ [[addition]] though it was [[/addition]] irreligious that the sacred Virgins should walk a foot carrying in their hands the sacred things of the Roman people: while he and his familly went in a carriage. Therefore he commanded his Wife and children to get out and he placed the Virgins and the sacred things into the cart and [[image]] *Janiculum- a fort on the top of an hill, which overlooked the City of Rome, and by a Wooden bridge erected by Ancus Matius, joined to the city.