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Iulius Divus, Aedes
Temple honoring the deified Julius Caesar
Reconstructed state: Building as first dedicated on site

Known historical events

44 BC By the end of April, Dolabella had ordered the column and altar demolished. Sources: Cicero, ad Att. 14.15.1.
44 BC Shortly at March 15, the people erect an altar and column inscribed "Parenti Patriae" on the site where Julius Caesar's body was cremated in the Forum. Sources: Suetonius, Caesar 85.
42 BC At instance of Second Triumvirate, the Senate decrees construction of a temple to the deified Julius Caesar on the site where his body was cremated in the Forum. Sources: Cassius Dio 47.18.4, Livy, Perioch. 116.9, Plutarch, Caesar 68.
29 BC Dedicated by Augustus.