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CONCORDIA, AEDES, TEMPLUM (Act. Arv. LVI, Plin. NH xxxiv. 73, 80, 89, 90; xxxvi. 196, Serv. Aen. ii. 116, Notitia), delubrum (Plin. xxxv. 66; xxxvii. 4): a temple at the north-west corner of the forum, said to have been vowed by L. Furius Camillus in 367 B.C. during the disturbances that took place over the passage of the Licinian laws. Its erection was voted by the people immediately after their enactment (Ov. Fast. i. 641-644; Plut. Cam. 42). It stood between the Volcanal and the foot of the Capitoline (Ov. cit. 637-638; Act. Arv. passim; Serv. Aen. ii. 116; Stat. Silv. i. I. 31; Plut. Cam. 42; Varro, LL v. 148, 156), and the space around it was called area Concordiae, which is mentioned only in connection with prodigia of 183 and 181 B.C. (Liv. xxxix. 56. 6; xl. 19. 2; Obseq. 4). The date of the actual erection of the temple is not known; the day of its dedication was probably 22nd July (Fast. Ant. ap. NS 1921, 103), while that of the later structure was 16th January (Ov. Fast.