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FELICITAS (vao\s *eu)tuxi/as） a temple planned by Caesar in 44 B.C., just before his assassination, and built by M. Aemilius Lepidus on part of the site previously occupied by the CURIA HOSTILIA (q.v.) of Faustus Sulla (Cass. Dio xliv. 5. 2). Nothing whatever is known of the later history of this temple (WR 266; RE vi. 2164; Rosch. i. 1473; Jord i. 2. 253; DE iii. 43-44)