Temple of the Sun (Rome)
The Temple of the Sun was a temple in the Campus Agrippae in Rome. It was dedicated to Sol Invictus on December 25, 274, by the emperor Aurelian and funded by spoils from his campaign against Palmyra. It was the fourth temple dedicated to him in Rome – the other three were in the Circus Maximus, on the Quirinal and in Trastevere.
- L. Richardson, jr, A New Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome, Baltimore - London 1992. pp. 363–364 ISBN 0801843006
- M. Clauss, Die römischen Kaiser - 55 historische Portraits von Caesar bis Iustinian, Munich 2010, pp. 241–251, ISBN 978-3-406-47288-6
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