the Arvales (CIL i². p. 326), records another festival of Quirinus on
23rd August, and (apparently; it is fragmentary at that point) of Hora
Quirini also (NS 1921, 109).
The temple was of the Doric order, dipteral-octostyle, with a pronaos,
and a porch in the rear. It had seventy-six columns, two rows of fifteen
each on the sides, and a double row of eight at each end, counting those
on the sides again, and was surrounded by a porticus (Vitr. iii. 2. 7;
Mart. xi. I. 9). A relief of the second century, Others (HF 1418; Sieveldng in Festschrift fir P. Arndt, 136) assign it to the Flavian
found within the area of
the baths of Diocletian, represents the facade of this temple as that of a
Doric tetrastyle, with Romulus and Remus taking the auspices on the
pediment (Mitt. 1904, 27-29, 157-158; SScR i. 72-74; PT 229). Occasional references to it are found in literature (Vitr. vii. 9. 4; Liv.
viii. 20. 8; Plut. Cam. 20; cf. CIL vi. 9975), down to the fourth century
(Cur. Reg. VI, om