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Samuel Ball Platner, Thomas Ashby, A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome,
DIVORUM, AEDES a temple of the Divi, that is, the deified emperors, on the Palatine, mentioned three times in inscriptions of the Arvales as a place of assembling (CIL vi. 32379, 145 A.D.; 2087; 2104, 218 A.D.; DE i. 177), and probably referred to by Cassius Dio (lxxvi. 3: qewri/ais toi=s e)v tw= *palati/w| h(/rwsi pepoihme/nais( 203 A.D.). This seems to have been a new temple, which served for the collective worship of the divi Augusti, after the observance of their separate cults began to fall into disuse (HJ 81-82; WR 347; cf. Gilb. iii. 131-133).