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Loculus is a Latin word literally meaning little place and was used
in a number of senses including to indicate a satchel. Satchels
were carried by Roman legionaries, as a part of their sarcina or
luggage. No loculus has survived in entirety although some small
portions of leather found at Bar Hill (Strathclyde, Scotland) have
tentatively been identified as parts of a loculus. The object is
primarily known from illustrations on Trajan's Column.
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