Tempio di Antonino e Faustina in Italy

Antoninus and Faustina Temple seen from Palatine Hill

Temple-Church This is an ancient Roman temple (c. 141AD) that had subsequently been converted into a church (perhaps as early as the 7th century).

Dedicated to Empress Faustina In 141 AD was built this Temple in memory of the wife of Emperor Antonio, she died in that year. After twenty years, at the died of Emperor Antonio, the temple was dedicated to both.

Chiesa di San Lorenzo in Miranda The Antoninus and Faustina Temple was built along the Via Sacra in 141 A.D. by Emperor Antoninus Pius for his deceased wife, Faustina the Elder. When he died and was deified in 161 A.D.

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Address Via Sacra Foro Romano, Rome Italy

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