Category:Temple of Romulus (Rome)

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This monument, though called the "temple of Romulus" (referring not to the legendary Romulus, founder of Rome, but to the young son of the emperor Maxentius, Valerius Romulus) was probably just the office of the urban praetor, the official in charge of urban planning in ancient Rome. It still preserves the original ancient bronze doors.

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