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a temple on the Palatine, known only from the fragmentary fasti of some collegium (CIL vi. 2004-2009), which speak of the meeting-place of the members of this collegium, possibly the sodales Flaviales Titiales, in Palatio in aede Iovis Propugnatoris. These fragments date from 190 to 238 A.D. The identification of this temple with that of Iuppiter Victor is purely conjectural, nor is its exact site determinable by any known evidence (HJ 50; Rosch. ii. 751; AJP 1907, 327; BC 1917, 85).

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