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A #8211; (North.) Porta Aurea ("golden gate").
B #8211; Street leading to Diocletian's apartments.
C #8211; (West.) Porta Ferrea ("iron gate")
D #8211; (East.) Porta AElig;nea ("brazen gate").
E #8211; Street from east to west gate.
F #8211; Piazza and Peristyle.
G #8211; Diocletian's Mausoleum. Now the Cathedral.
H #8211; Temple of AElig;sculapius. Now the Baptistery.
I #8211; Open court before the Temple of AElig;sculapius.
J #8211; Vestibule of the palace.
K #8211; Triclinia Tetrastyle (dining-room with four columns).
L #8211; Exedra (conversation-room).
M #8211; OElig;cus Triclinium (large dining-room).
N #8211; Basilica (for theatricals and music).
O #8211; Atrium, (or great hall).
P #8211; Calida Piscina (lukewarm bath).
Q #8211; Exercise Room.
R #8211; Supping Room.
S #8211; Cubiculum Domitorium Diocletiani (Diocletian's bed-chamber), t. Room with moderate heat; u. Room with unguents for bath; v. steam room; w. cold bath not given in plan; x, furnace, etc.
T #8211; Gynecium (apartments for women and girls).
U #8211; Aulicorum AElig;des (apartments of pretorian guards).
V #8211; Covered arcade on either side of the principal street.
W #8211; Old sea line (now the Marina).
X #8211; Vaulted cells around the exterior walls (slaves' quarters).
Y #8211; Crvpto-porticus (gallery for walking exercise, etc.).
Z #8211; The square and octagonal towers of the city wall.

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