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MARS ULTOR, TEMPLUM （vew/s): a temple erected by Augustus on the Capitol, and dedicated 12th May, 20 B.C., as a repository for the Roman standards that had been recovered from the Parthians (Cass. Dio liv. 8:kai\ new\n )/*areos timwrou=- e)n tw=| *kapitwli/w| kata\ to\ tou= *dio\s tou= feretri/ou zh/lwma (that is, for the same use, cf. aedes Iovis Feretri)pro\s th\n tw=n shmei/wn a)na/qesin; Ov. Fast. v. 579-580). The statement in the Monumentum Ancyranum (v. 42: ea autem signa in penetrali quod est in templo Martis Ultoris reposui) is generally taken to refer to the temple in the forum of Augustus (see p. 220), and, if so, the standards must have been kept in this temple on the Capitol until the dedication of the other in 2 B.C. (CIL i². p. 318). The temple is represented on coins of Augustus (Cohen, Aug. 189-205; 278-282; BM. Rep. ii. 27 sqq., 4406- 11, 4417-27; 426. 155; 551. 311=Aug. 315, 366-375, 384-389, 704) as a circular domed structure on a high podium with four or six