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Panorama movie

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Panorama movie

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Reconstruction view

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Reconstruction view

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View from Temple of Concord

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View from Temple of Saturn

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Porticus Deorum Consentium
Religious sanctuary
Reconstructed state: Building as first dedicated on site

Known historical events

217 BC Following the Roman defeat by Hannibal at Lake Trasimene, the Sibylline Books ordered a lectisternium to twelve gods (Jupiter-Juno, Neptune-Minerva, Mars-Venus, Apollo-Diana, Vulcan-Vesta, Mercury-Ceres) lasting three days. Sources: Livy 22.10.9.
174 BC The censors Q. Fulvius Flaccus and A. Postumius Albinus built a portico linking the area of the Temple of Saturn to the Senaculum. Sources: Livy 41.27.7.
80 AD to 117 AD Brick tabernae built on the site. Sources: CIL XV.823.
120 AD to 138 AD Capitals of the colonnade installed. 
367 AD Vettius Agorius Pratextatus, praefectus urbi, restores the sanctuary. Sources: CIL VI.102.
1833 AD to 1834 AD Site excavated. 
1858 AD Site restored. 

Porticus

Tabularium