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shrines (τεμενίσματα) of these two divinities, said to have been destroyed by order of the senate in 48 B.C. (Cass. Dio xlii. 26. 2). Earlier action of a similar kind is recorded (Arnob. ii. 73; Tert. Apol. 6; ad nat. i. 10; Cass. Dio xl. 47; Val. Max. ep. i. 3. 4; cf. ISIS CURIANA), but whether it concerned these particular shrines is uncertain. That temples of Isis were again built on the Capitoline is certain (CIL vi. 351, 2247 (=i2. 1263), 2248 (=i2. 986) ; Suet. Dom. I; see Jord. i. 2. 47; Gilb. iii. Iro; Rosch. ii. 40 ; WR 351-353; BC 1896, 272). See OBELISCUS CAPITOLINUS.

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