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BONUS EVENTUS, TEMPLUM a temple of Bonus Eventus to which there is but one reference in literature (Amm. Marcell. xxix. 6. 19) where it is said that the PORTICUS BONI EVENTUS (q.v.) was built near it in 374 A.D. The temple probably stood just west of the thermae Agrippae, and some ancient peperino walls found on the site of the church of S. Maria in Monterone may belong to it (ASRSP 1887, 471; BC 1878, 212-213; 1891, 224-227; 1914, 387-388). The date of erection of this temple is unknown, but it may have been one of the buildings of Agrippa (HJ 581; RE iii. 715; Rosch. i. 795-797).