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Samuel Ball Platner, Thomas Ashby, A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome, APOLLO, AEDES (search)
ther paintings, cf. Urlichs, Malerei vor Caesar, 13. . The day of dedication of the temple in the Augustan period was 23rd September (Fast. Urb. Arv. ad ix kal. Oct.; CIL I 2. p. 215, 252, 339). Below the cloisters of S. Maria in Campitelli are remains of its podium wall, 13 metres long, over 4 high and over 2 thick. Delbruck assumed without question that it was a part of the original structure; but Frank, while admitting that the core, of blocks of cappellaccio tufa, may belong to it, maintains, owing to the use in the facing of tufa from Monte Verde (the southern end of the Janiculum) that the rest belongs to the restoration of 179 A.D. (Liv. xl. 51. 6, which he refers to the temple itself), except some concrete with facing of opus reticulatum, attributable to the restoration of Sosius (Delbruck, Apollotempel, Rome, 1903; HJ 535-538; Wissowa, Rel. 294; Arch. f. Religionsw. 1909, 74-75; BC 1893, 46-60; Bull. d. Inst. 1878, 218; Mem. Am. Acad. ii. 60-61 ; TF 131-134; JRS 1925, 123).
tely by various passages. The latest Roman emperors whom he mentions are Antoninus Pius, whom he calls the former Antoninus (8.43.1), and his successor Marcus Antoninus, whom he calls the second Antoninus (8.43.6). He alludes to Antoninus leaving Marcus for his successor, and to the defeat of the Germans and Sarmatians by Marcus. The great battle with the Quadi took place A. D. 174. (D. C. 71.8.) Aurelius was again engaged in hostilities with the Sarmatians, Quadi, and other barbarians, in A. D. 179, but as he died in A.D. 180, and Pausanias does not mention his death, probably he refers to his earlier campaigns. He was therefore writing his eighth book after A. D. 174. In a passage in the seventh book (20.6) he says that he had not described the Odeion of Herodes in his account of Attica (lib. i.), because it was not then built. Herodes was a contemporary of Pius and Marcus, and died in the latter part of the reign of Marcus. Works The Itinerary of Pausanias, which is in ten books
The 179th Regiment. --This Regiment Col. Jno. H. Richardson, is to be placed immediately on a war footing, as we learn. A Board of Officers was held last night, when, no doubt, proper action was taken. The 179th will be found able and willing to defend the rights of the South whenever called upon. The 179th Regiment. --This Regiment Col. Jno. H. Richardson, is to be placed immediately on a war footing, as we learn. A Board of Officers was held last night, when, no doubt, proper action was taken. The 179th will be found able and willing to defend the rights of the South whenever called upon.