Collectanea Rerum Memorabilium
C. Iulius Solinus
Ceteri reges quibus locis habitaverunt, dicemus. Tatius in arce, ubi nunc aedes est Iunonis Monetae: qui anno quinto quam ingressus urbem fuerat a Laurentibus interemptus est.... Numa in colle primum Quirinali, deinde propter aedem Vestae in regia quae adhuc ita appellatur: qui regnavit annis tribus et quadraginta: [sepultus sub Ianiculo]. Tullus Hostilius in Velia, ubi postea deum Penatium aedes facta est: qui regnavit annos duos et triginta, obiit olympiade quinta et tricesima. Ancus Marcius in summa sacra via, ubi aedes Larum est: qui regnavit annos quattuor et viginti, obiit olympiade prima et quadragesima.
Let us say in which places the other kings dwelt. Tatius on the arx, where the temple of Juno Moneta is now; he was killed in the fifth year after he had entered the city by men from Laurentum.... Numa, who ruled for 43 years, first on the Quirinal hill, then next to the temple of Vesta in the Regia, which still is called that; [he is buried at the foot of the Janiculum]. Tullus Hostilius in the Velia, where later the temple of the Penates was built; he reigned for 32 years and died in the 35th Olympiad. Ancus Marcius at the top of the sacred way, where the temple of the Lares is; he ruled for 24 years, and died in the 41st Olympiad.
Translation by Jane W. Crawford, © 2001.