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The Clivus Argentairus is a road on the slopes of the Capitoline hill, behind the shops of the Forum of Caesar, that connects you from the Capitoline to the Carcer and the Arch of Septimius Severus. The name is actually medieval but was probably the clivus Lautumiarum.

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