a temple of a goddess otherwise unknown, which
Plutarch says was always kept open (q. Rom. 46). It is not certain that
this temple was in Rome, or that Plutarch had not confused the goddess
with Hora Quirini (WR 156; Rosch. i. 2749
; cf. NS 1921, 109
date Aug. 23). It is also possible that her temple is referred to in the
corrupt passage (Hist. Aug. Elag. I), as Rose, Plutarch, Roman Questions,
in loc., conjectures.