The Temple of Saturn was one of the great Republican temples of Rome. It still stands overlooking the Forum from the Capitoline hill slopes. It was dedicated in the early 5th Century BCE, rebuilt in the Augustan age by L. Muncius Plancus, and rebuilt again at the end of the 4th Century CE, the last temple rebuilt in Rome. It stands today as a reminder of ancient Rome's lasting legacy.
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