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PANTHEON a temple which, with the thermae, Stagnum and Euripus, made up the remarkable group of buildings which Agrippa erected in the campus Martius. According to the inscription on the frieze of the pronaos (CIL vi. 896: M. Agrippa L. f. cos. tertium. Fecit The bronze letters are modern: see CIL vi. p. 3073, No. 31196. ) the temple was built in 27 B.C., but Cassius Dio states that it was finished in 25 (liii. 27:to/ te *pa/nqeion w)nomasme/non e)cete/lese: prosagoreu/etai de\ ou(/tw ta/xa me\n o(/ti pollw=n qew=n ei)ko/nas e)n toi=s a)ga/lmasi, tw=| te tou= )/*arews kai\ tw=| th=s )*afrodi/ths, e)/laben, w(s de\ e)gw\ nomi/zw, o(/ti qoloeide\s o)\n tw=| ou)ranw=| prose/oiken, h)boulh/qn me\n ou)=n o( )*agri/ppas kai\ to\n *au)/gouston e)ntau=qa I(dru=sai, th/n te tou= e)/rgou e)pi/klhsiv au)tw=| dou=nai). This passage is not altogether clear (Gilb. iii. 116), but it seems probable that the temple was built for the glorification of the gens Iulia, and that it was dedicated in p