Aca Larência, cortesã romana.
Por obra do herói, casou-se com Tátio que, ao falecer, legou-lhe considerável riqueza. Aca, ao final da vida, por sua vez, doou-a ao povo romano.2 Plutarch explicitly states that this Laurentia was a different person from the Laurentia who was married to Faustulus, although other writers, such as Licinius Macer, relate their stories as belonging to the same being. Por esse motivo, passou a ser celebrada em festas especiais sob o nome de Flora. She is therefore identified with the Dea Dia of that collegium. The flamen Quirinalis acted in the role of Romulus (deified as Quirinus) to perform funerary rites for his foster mother.