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son of the same name, who was appointed duumvir for the purpose (Liv. xl. 34. 4; Val. Max. ii. 5. I; cf. Cic. de leg. ii. 28). Mancini conjectures that a fragmentary entry: .. .]tati in Fast. Ant. (ap. NS 1921, 117), under 13th November, should be referred to this temple. It contained a gilded statue of the elder Glabrio, the first of its kind in Rome (locc. citt.). This temple stood at the east end of the area afterwards occupied by the theatre of Marcellus, and was destroyed by Caesar in 44 B.C. when he began preparations for the erection of that building (Plin. NH vii. 12, who is mistaken in his date of the building of the temple; Cass. Dio xliii. 49. 3 ; cf. Delbrueck, Die Drei Tempel am Forum Holitorium in Rom, Rome 1903, 6, for an erroneous theory). Cf., however, Hellenistische Bauten ii. 43, where he accepts the conclusions of Wissowa in Gett. Gel. Anz. 1904, 560, 561. With this temple was afterwards connected the Greek story of the daughter who supported her imprisoned fath
PIETAS, AEDES (templum, Plin.) : a temple in the forum Holitorium, vowed by M'. Acilius Glabrio in the battle of Thermopylae in 191 B.C., and begun by him, but dedicated in 181 by his son of the same name, who was appointed duumvir for the purpose (Liv. xl. 34. 4; Val. Max. ii. 5. I; cf. Cic. de leg. ii. 28). Mancini conjectures that a fragmentary entry: .. .]tati in Fast. Ant. (ap. NS 1921, 117), under 13th November, should be referred to this temple. It contained a gilded statue of the elder Glabrio, the first of its kind in Rome (locc. citt.). This temple stood at the east end of the area afterwards occupied by the theatre of Marcellus, and was destroyed by Caesar in 44 B.C. when he began preparations for the erection of that building (Plin. NH vii. 12, who is mistaken in his date of the building of the temple; Cass. Dio xliii. 49. 3 ; cf. Delbrueck, Die Drei Tempel am Forum Holitorium in Rom, Rome 1903, 6, for an erroneous theory). Cf., however, Hellenistische Bauten ii. 43, w
PIETAS, AEDES (templum, Plin.) : a temple in the forum Holitorium, vowed by M'. Acilius Glabrio in the battle of Thermopylae in 191 B.C., and begun by him, but dedicated in 181 by his son of the same name, who was appointed duumvir for the purpose (Liv. xl. 34. 4; Val. Max. ii. 5. I; cf. Cic. de leg. ii. 28). Mancini conjectures that a fragmentary entry: .. .]tati in Fast. Ant. (ap. NS 1921, 117), under 13th November, should be referred to this temple. It contained a gilded statue of the elder Glabrio, the first of its kind in Rome (locc. citt.). This temple stood at the east end of the area afterwards occupied by the theatre of Marcellus, and was destroyed by Caesar in 44 B.C. when he began preparations for the erection of that building (Plin. NH vii. 12, who is mistaken in his date of the building of the temple; Cass. Dio xliii. 49. 3 ; cf. Delbrueck, Die Drei Tempel am Forum Holitorium in Rom, Rome 1903, 6, for an erroneous theory). Cf., however, Hellenistische Bauten ii. 43,