built during the principate of Augustus on
the Velia, on the site of the shrine of Mutunus Tutunus (q.v.), which was
said to have stood there from the foundation of the city (Fest. 154;
Gilb. i. 156; ii. 369-370).
A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome. Samuel Ball Platner. Thomas Ashby. London: Humphrey Milford. Oxford University Press. 1929.
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