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The Temple of Divus Romulus on the Via Sacra Adjoining the Basilica Maxentius
Left unfinished at the time of the usurper Maxentius' downfall in AD 312, both structures were completed under Constantine, the temple presumably was dedicated to the founder of the city rather than to Maxentius' son.
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