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a possible shrine of Isis built by Q. Curius, the existence of which depends on a conjectural emendation of a corrupt reading- phocis Curiana-in Cicero ad Att. ii. 17. 2 (Hermes 1898, 341 ; 1908, 642; WR 351). If there was a temple of Isis Curiana, it may be referred to in Arnobius (ii. 73) and Tertullian (Apol. 6; ad nat. i. 10).

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