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Temple of Jupiter, Pompeii
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The Temple of Jupiter, Capitolium, or Temple of the Capitoline Triad was a temple in Roman Pompeii, at the north end of its forum. Initially dedicated to Jupiter alone, it was built in the mid-2nd century BC at the same time as the temple of Apollo was being renovated - this was the era at which Roman influence over Pompeii increased and so Roman Jupiter superseded the Greek Apollo as the town's highest god. Jupiter was the ruler of the gods and the protector of Rome, where his temple was the center of Roman Religion and of the cult of state.As the most important divinity in Ancient Rome, many temples were built to honor Jupiter or the entire Capitoline Triad (consisting of Jupiter, Juno, and Minerva) in towns newly conquered by the Romans. This held true for Pompeii, where the previously existing Temple of Jupiter was enlarged and Romanized upon conquest.Pompeii was occupied by the Romans beginning in 310 BC. It maintained much of its autonomy, however, until the Italic Revolt against Rome at the beginning of the 1st century BC. In 89, the town was besieged by Sulla. Roman language, culture, and law would soon come to dominate the city.The architecture of the town had been largely changed by the Greeks, but Roman rule would soon lead to alterations in this style. In contrast to the previous Samnite occupiers, the Romans very much believed in the importance of architecture in religious and civic life. Pompeii was transformed into a much more public and open place. Public buildings and spaces would come to dominate the city.Use our Pompeii travel itinerary planner to visit Temple of Jupiter on your trip to Pompeii, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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...te imaginas lo que vieron desde esta plaza cuando "vulcano"dijo basta....seria como lo de sodoma y gomorra...dantesco el final de eara ciudad... Lo que no tengo tan claro es que sobre las ruinas de... read more ».. .te imagine what they saw from this square when "vulcano" said enough... serious as the Sodom and Gomorrah... gruesome end of eara city... I have not so clear is on the ruins of this city will see another pompei of the 21st or 22nd century...show original
庭の中央には、祭壇のようなものがあり、その奥にある階段の上に神殿がありました。サイズ的に、一番小さい神殿かと思いますが、信仰の深い人々の思いがなんとなく伝わってきました。At the top of the stairs in the back, and the altar is in the middle of the garden, there was Temple. I think the smallest size in the temple, people of faith think it somehow felt.show original
Lo que queda del templo de Júpiter son columnas y arcos, nada más que eso. Igual es bonito, además que está en el foro, uno de los lugares principales de Pompeya.What remains of the Temple of Jupiter are columns and arches, nothing more than that. It is just nice, that is also at the Forum, one of the principal places of Pompeii.show original
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