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CLEMENTIA CAESARIS, AEDES * a temple erected in 44 B.C. to Clementia and Caesar, in which the two were represented holding each other by the right hand (Cass. Dio. xliv. 6: nao\n au)tw=| th=|
*)epieikei/a au)tou=; App.
BC ii. 106: koino\n (nao\n) au)tou= kai\ *)epieikei/as a)llh/lous decioume/nwn;
Plut. Caes. 57: th=s *)epieikei/as i(ero/n). This temple is probably represented
on a coin of Sepullius Macer as tetrastyle (Cohen, Caes. 44=Babelon ii. 29,
No. 52=BM Rep. i. 549. 4176, 4177; cf. RE iv. 20; WR 278). Its site
is not known.