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Urban Religion in Late Antiquity
The late third-century emperorA urelian'sf ashioning of Sol Invictus worship wasb oth innovative and influential for the religion and "topography of devotion" of the city of Rome. As Idemonstrate in this paper,Aurelian'splacement of am onumental templum of Sol Invictus in the CampusA grippaeR egion of the city linked Aurelian'scultand his victory over the Eastern queen Zenobia of Palmyraw ith the monuments and victories of Augustus over Cleopatra, still physicallyv isiblei nt he nearby Campusdoi:10.1515/9783110641813-007 fatcat:t6557g7rsfgnbf7htpuggaq63u