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a temple built by Domitian in the campus Martius after his triumphal entry into Rome in 93 A.D. after the war in Germany (Mart. viii. 65; Claudian. de sext. cons. Honor. i). It may be represented on a coin of 174 A.D. and on a relief of the same period on the arch of Constantine (Cohen, M. Aurel. 3; PBS iii. 259-262), and if so, it was probably near the present Piazza di Venezia (HJ 501 ; RE vii. 38; Rosch. i. 1526; for an erroneous theory that this temple was the ara Fortunae reducis of Augustus, see BC 1908, 122-124). See ARCUS DOMITIANI (1).

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