[In 179 BC] the censor Marcus Aemilius dedicated the
Temple of the Lares Permarini in the Campus. Lucius Aemilius
Regillus had vowed the temple 11 years earlier, during
a naval battle against the generals of the Seleucid king, Antiochus
The Temple of the Lares Permarini is in the Porticus
Calendar Inscription (Fasti
[As the Cimbri advanced on the Romans in northern Italy
in 101 BC,] the general Marius washed his hands and raised them
towards heaven, promising to sacrifice a hecatomb to the gods.
Catulus likewise raised his hands and vowed a temple to Fortune of
“[On my property you will find] a tholus, a round building with a colonnade,
like the temple built by Catulus.”
The very same morning, Juturna, saw you enshrined
There where the Campus is met by the Aqua Virgo.