Alternate names: Temple of the Deified Vespasian, Aedes Vespasiani et Titi
Located to the south of the Temple of Concord and to the west of the Temple of Saturn, the Temple of Vespasian and Titus was prostyle, hexastyle in the Corinthian order. Its dimensions were 33 meters long x 22 meters wide. Three columns (1.57 meters in diameter and 13.2 meter high) still stand at the southeast corner of the pronaos; a nicely preserved section of the richly carved entablature survives and is on display in the Capitoline Museum. An inscription on the architrave records a restoration in the Severan period.