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The Architecture of Roman Temples: The Republic to the Middle Empire

@inproceedings{Stamper2005TheAO,
  title={The Architecture of Roman Temples: The Republic to the Middle Empire},
  author={John W. Stamper},
  year={2005}
}
Introduction: the authority of precedent 1. Building the Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus 2. A new reconstruction of the temple 3. Etrusco-Roman temples of the Early Republic 4. Assimilation of Hellenistic architecture after the Punic Wars 5. The Corinthian Order in the First Century B.C. 6. Architecture and ceremony in the time of Pompey and Julius Caesar 7. Rebuilding Rome in the time of Augustus 8. Augustus and the Temple of Mars Ultor 9. Temples and fora of the Flavian Emperors 10. Trajan's… 
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