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Who built the basilica aemilia?
|Location||Regione VIII Forum Romanum|
|Built in||179 BC|
|Built by/for||Marcus Fulvius Nobilior|
|Type of structure||Basilica|
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Also, why was the basilica aemilia built?
Basilica Aemilia Main Purpose As a public building, the Basilica Aemilia was mainly a place for business and meetings. The portico hosted the so called Tabernae Novae, i.e. New Shops, and a market place, but the building was also used for money lending. Politicians and tax collectors gathered here for their business.
Secondly, who built the Basilica Julia? Julius Caesar
Subsequently, one may also ask, who built the Basilica of Maxentius?
The Basilica Nova, also known as the Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine, was a large secular basilica built in the heart of the city along the Via Sacra in the Roman Forum. It was begun by Maxentius and completed by Constantine after 313.
Who built the Temple of Castor and Pollux?
Temple of Castor. A temple dedicated to Castor and Pollux at the south-east corner of the Roman Forum. It was vowed on July 15, 499 or 496 B.C. by the dictator Postumius, when the semi-divine pair of twins appeared and led a charge against the Latins in the Battle of Lake Regillus.