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OSM location of so-called "Temple A"

a Pleiades location resource

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Last modified Feb 02, 2021 06:47 PM History
Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

temple

{ "type": "Point", "coordinates": [ 12.4769664, 41.8955776 ] }

Substantive

Certain

Generic OSM Accuracy Assessment

representative

  • Hellenistic Greek, Roman Republic (330 BC-30 BC) (confident)
  • Roman, early Empire (30 BC-AD 300) (confident)

OpenStreetMap (Way 125566963, version 5, osm:changeset=14705376, 2013-01-19T10:13:36Z)

Temple A in the Largo Argentina is a third century B.C. temple that was likely dedicated to Iuturna by Caius Lutatius Catulus after his victory against the Carthaginians in 241 B.C. The temple was later incorporated into a Christian church, elements of which remain visible - notably the apse.