Capitol - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a hill in Rome, famous for its temple of Jupiter
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+ Capitoline , Capitolinus , Capitolium
Dedication of a statue of Veiovis on the Capitol.
The dedication of the temple of Veiovis on the Capitol.
the temple of Jupiter on the Capitol before making important decision
to the senate on the ceremonial shields displayed on the Capitol.
fig-tree grows on the altar of Jupiter on the Capitol.
paved floor is laid in the temple of Jupiter Capitolinus.
censors introduce the first gilded ceilings in Rome, on the Capitol.
fire destroys many of the buildings on the Capitol at Rome.
quantity of gold from the Capitol and elsewhere in Rome, and keeps
Sulla starts the restoration of the Capitol.
buildings, especially the temple of Jupiter, on the Capitol at Rome.
to remove Catulus' power to control building work on the Capitol.
Caesar steals 3,000 pounds of gold from the Capitol at Rome.
ets in the temple of Jupiter Capitolinus, and summons citizens from
ablets about his exile, which were placed on the Capitol by Clodius.
pounds of gold are stolen from the throne of Jupiter Capitolinus.
a statue of him on the Capitol, with a golden crown on
of these consuls, the Capitol was burnt down through
the year of these consuls, the Capitol was restored and
[when the Gauls] besieged the Capitol. [There] he
taken up arms and seized the Capitol. When he was
stened up at Rome on the Capitol in the best possible
'Rome' to Zeus of the Capitol and the populace of the
(early 1st cent.) s . . . To Concordia on the Capitol. [Her temple
(1st cent. A.D.) minor [calls] on the Capitol in the Calabrian sena
underbolt should fall upon the Capitol near the temple of
was deliberating on the Capitol about a suitable course
crees.  & "By Capitoline Jupiter , Vesta of Rome, Mar
a time this hill [the Capitoline Hill] was called 'Satu
city and besieged the Capitolium, to the citadel of whi
mpian Jupiter and the other to Capitoline Jupiter. 11 At
of Jupiter. 19 Therefore the Capitolium was again ritual
time, by the Thracians. The Capitolium at Rome was also
the temple of Jupiter Capitolinus, with this inscriptio
to have engraved in the Capitol, that they might stand
and to lay the decree in the Capitol. Antonius also made
on which now stands the Capitol, as if Saturnus had been
ns, he sent them off the Capitol at Rome, where they can
Rome and renovated the Capitol - both of which were awes
set up at Rome in the Capitoline temple of Zeus [Jupite
Feretrius, built in the Capitol by Romulus, was unroofed
taken possession of the Capitol, and were obtaining, thro
these came down from the Capitoline, having received pledg
taken to the temple of Capitoline Jupiter, saying that
ough the forum up to the Capitoline, carrying their swords
slaves they descended from the Capitoline. Calling togethe
withdrew again to the Capitoline and took council [sic:
with the forces on the Capitoline, but later, emboldened
NicDam_* 130.116-119 *
to conduct him into the Capitol and act as mediators in
with my crown on to the Capitol to sacrifice; and let him
Aemilius the crown of Capitoline Zeus, set with pearls,
brought down from the Capitol with the praetor Glaucia
- an area in Oxyrhynchus
nging to the city in the Capitol below the east colonn
ntractors for the doors of the Capitol, 2500 drachmae
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