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Area Sacra Sant'Omobono Roma, Rome
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  • Truly unlimited Rome! As little guides show here. Here is another fascinating attraction in the heart of the city, on the bull Forum, but who knows about it? Although near the Temple of S. Eustachio were almost all. Yes, it's only regular ruins. But just think, these are the ruins of temples dedicated to the Roman goddesses of Fortune (the goddess of good luck) and Mater Matuta area (the goddess of the morning, the morning light, fertility, women and navigation) and erected in Tulliem Serviem 6th century BC!
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  • The archaeological area near the Temple in an area of bovine Omobono St Forum was discovered during excavations in the middle of the last century. In Roman times it was a very important place, because there was a large market and port, crossed trade flows and met people from different countries, including Greece and Carthage. Because something here and erected the sanctuary, dedicated to the most important pagan deities-Fortuna and Mater Matuta area. Later temples rebuilt more than once, until we reached the ruins.
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  • This archaeological site was discovered in 1937 and include two temples, the Temple of Fortuna and Mater Matuta Temple. The holy site, according to. the materials that you have found during the excavations here, so it was restored in the area of 540 f.Kr. and so, the site was abandoned at the end of the 6 century BC., at the end of the Etruscan monarchy. On lava stone blocks were found fragments of an inscription: "m. FOLV [IO (S) q. f. COS] OL D (EA) bind [Inio] CAP [2]" "Marco Fulvio, son of Quintus, console, dedicated after the conquest of Volsinii"
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