(Hist. Aug. Hadr. 19) carried out after 126 (AJA 1912, 421) was in fact
an entirely new construction, for even the foundations of the existing
building date from that time. The inscription (see above) was probably
placed by Hadrian in accordance with his well-known principle in such
cases. The restoration ascribed to Antoninus Pius (Hist. Aug. Pius 8:instauratum ... templum Agrippae) may refer only to the completion
of Hadrian's building. Finally, a restoration by Severus and Caracalla
in 202 A.D. is recorded in the lower inscription on the architrave (CIL vi.
896). What it amounted to is quite uncertain, for no traces of their work can be recognised
with any certainty (JRS 1925, 125).
In January, 59 A.D., the Arval Brethren met in the Pantheon
(CIL vi. 2041); Hadrian held court in his restored edifice (Cass. Dio
lxix. 7. I); Ammianus (xvi. 10. 14: Pantheum velut regionem teretem
speciosa celsitudine fornicatam) speaks of it as one of the wonders of
Rome; and it is mentioned in Reg.
builds new Castra Equitum Singularium, 105;
Balneae (?), 70;
strengthens aqueduct of Nero, 41:
Septem Domus Parthorum, 187:
so-called Domus Gelotiana under Palatine, 162:
house of Clemens, 177;
Julia Domna restores House of Vestals, 60, and Temple of Vesta, 558;
alterations in the barracks of first Cohort of Vigiles, 129.
196Repairs to Aqua Marcia, 25.
197Domus Lateranorum, 183.
197-198Terminal stones of Tiber banks, 538.
202Pantheon restored, 383.
203Porticus of Octavia restored after a fire, 427.
Arch of Severus in Forum, 43.
(ca.). Domus Cilonis, 176.
204Arch of Severus in the Forum Boarium, 44.
209-211Restorations to Pompey's Theatre, 517.
211-217Reign of Caracalla: he constructs Via Nova, 565;
builds Aqua Antoniniana, 26, 32:
Pons Aurelius (?), 399;
enlarges ianuae of Circus Maximus, 117;
builds Temple of Serapis, 487, 492.
211-216Thermae Antoninianae, 520.