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a temple said by Ovid to have been built by Livia (Fast. vi. 637-638: te quoque magnifica, Concordia, dedicat aede Livia quam caro praestitit ipsa viro). The description of the PORTICUS LIVIAE (q.v.) follows immediately, and it is probable therefore that the temple was close to or within the porticus, but the small rectangular structure marked on the Marble Plan (frg. 10) can hardly have been a temple deserving of the epithet magnifica (HJ 316). There is no other reference to the temple.

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