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FECUNDITAS, TEMPLUM a temple voted by the senate in 63 A.D. on the occasion of the birth of the daughter of Nero and Poppaea (Tac. Ann. xv. 23). It is possible that there is a reference to offerings made to Fecunditas at this time in the Acta of the Arval Brethren (CIL vi. 2043. ii. 9). There is no certainty whatever that this temple was ever built, although this is frequently assumed (Rosch. i. 1471-1472; RE vi. 2098; Gilb. iii. 136; WR 336), in fact the contrary is far more probable, as the child died within four months.