Temple of Vespasian and Titus

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Temple of Vespasian and Titus

The reconstruction of the Temple of Vespasian and Titus is part of the large and complex reconstruction of the Fora.

The remains of three columns and part of the trabeation are still visible today, whose reconstruction can now be visited in the corridor of the Tabularium, accessible from the Musei Capitolini.

The definition of the monument on an urban scale is ideal for bird’s eye views, particularly spectacular in this area which includes some of the most famous monuments of the ancient city.

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Temple of Vespasian and Titus

The monument is situated near the north side of the portico of the Dei Consentes.

The building, 33 meters long and 22 meters wide, was a prostyle hexastyle temple, with a large cella preceded by six front columns, with two columns on the side. Inside the cella was a podium which probably held the statues of the deified emperors. Only three columns of the colonnade have survived, sustaining a segment of the architrave, which, in addition to a part of the dedicatory inscription, has a frieze representing musical instruments.

The temple was probably restored under Septimius Severus.