Note 068
From Chapter 45 of the Decline & Fall

Monasterium Gregorianum in ejusdem Beati Gregorii aedibus ad clivum Scauri prope ecclesiam S. S. Johannis et Pauli in honorem St. Andreae (John, in Vit. Greg. l. i. c. 6. Greg. l. vii. epist. 13.).

This house and monastery were situate on the side of the Caelian hill which fronts the Palatine; they are now occupied by the Camaldoli: San Gregorio triumphs, and St. Andrew has retired to a small chapel Nardini, Roma Antica, l. iii. c. 6, p. 100. Descrizzione di Roma, tom. i. p. 442 - 446.

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