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Panorama movie

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Panorama movie

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Reconstruction view

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View from Temple of Concord

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Saturnus, Aedes
Temple of god Saturn and location of the state treasury
Reconstructed state: Building as first dedicated on site

Known historical events

534 BC to 510 BC Vowed by Tarquinius Superbus. Sources: Dion. Hal. 6.1.4.
501 BC to 497 BC Ancient sources disagree whether the temple was dedicated by: (1) the dictator T. Larcius while serving as dictator (501, 498 BC) or as consul (498); (2) the consuls A. Sempronius Atratinus and M. Minucius Augurinus (coss. 497 BC); or (3) Postumus Cominius (cos. in 501 and 493 BC). Sources: Varro in Macr. Sat. 1.8.1; Liv. 2.21.1.
42 BC Temple rebuilt by the consul L. Munatius Plancus. 
350 AD It was restored after being damaged by a fire sometime in the mid-fourth century AD, as the surviving inscription on the facade attests. Sources: CIL 6.937=ILS 33267.