Talk:Temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus

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Why is this fragment separated from its site on the Capitoline Hill? Its fragmentary nature is underscored by the fact that Rome is not identified in the heading or in the opening sentence. There are other Temples of Jupiter... When the entry has settled down, Capitoline Triad (caps aren't required) should be merged with it. Context counts! --Wetman 04:16, 2 Apr 2005 (UTC)