ther paintings, cf. Urlichs, Malerei vor
. The day of dedication of the temple in the Augustan period was 23rd September (Fast. Urb. Arv. ad ix kal. Oct.; CIL I 2. p. 215, 252, 339). Below the cloisters of S. Maria in Campitelli are remains of its podium wall, 13 metres long, over 4 high and over 2 thick. Delbruck assumed without question that it was a part of the original structure; but Frank, while admitting that the core, of blocks of cappellaccio tufa, may belong to it, maintains, owing to the use in the facing of tufa from Monte Verde (the southern end of the Janiculum) that the rest belongs to the restoration of 179 A.D. (Liv. xl. 51. 6, which he refers to the temple itself), except some concrete with facing of opus reticulatum, attributable to the restoration of Sosius (Delbruck, Apollotempel, Rome, 1903; HJ 535-538; Wissowa, Rel. 294; Arch. f. Religionsw. 1909, 74-75; BC 1893, 46-60; Bull. d. Inst. 1878, 218; Mem. Am. Acad. ii. 60-61 ; TF 131-134; JRS 1925, 123).