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Samuel Ball Platner, Thomas Ashby, A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome,
IUNO MONETA, AEDES
IUNO MONETA, AEDES -Iuno Moneta Regina in one inscription (CIL vi. 362)- (templa, Ovid; nao/s, Plut.; i(erov (/*hras *monh/ths, Suidas), a temple vowed by M. Furius Camillus during the war with the Aurunci in 345 B.C., erected by duoviri appointed by the senate pro amplitudine populi Romani, and dedicated in 344 (Liv. vii. 28. 4-6). It was on the arx, on the site formerly occupied by the house of M. MANLIUS CAPITOLINUS (q.v.), which had been destroyed in 384 B.C. (Liv. vi. 20. 13; Val. Max. vi. 3. I; Ov. Fast. i. 638; vi. 34, 183). Titus Tatius is also said to have lived on this site (Plut. Rom. 20; Solin. i. 21). The temple was dedicated on 1st June (Ov. Fast. vi. 183; Macrob. i. 12. 30; Hemer. Venus. ad Kal. Iun.; Fast. Ant. ap. NS 1921, 97, which also mentions a festival on ioth October 1 Mancini conjectures that a primitive altar in her honour was dedicated on ist June. and the temple on ioth October. (cf. CIL is. p. 331). In it were kept the libri lintei (Liv. iv. 7. 12, 20.