The Temple of Vesta (Latin Aedes Vestae, Italian Tempio di Vesta) is an ancient
edifice in Rome, Italy, located in the Roman Forum near the Regia and the ...
Containing the sacred fire and the Palladium, an effigy of Athene (Minerva)
believed to have been brought by Aeneas from Troy, this ancient temple was built
The round temple of Vesta, at the eastern end of the Forum, like the Regia, was
said to have been built by the king Numa, who legend proclaims established the
The small round Temple of Vesta was located at the east end of the Roman
Forum. The site was a holy spot since the earliest times; the temple was rebuilt ...
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The hearth goddess, Vesta
, is represented by her sacred fire in private homes and at her temple
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Oct 23, 2013 ... The Temple of Vesta is the popular name given to the round temple near the
Tiber River in Rome (now Piazza Bocca della Veritá).
Vesta, Aedes (Figs. 12, 13, 63): the only temple of Vesta in Rome, at the
southeast end of the Forum Romanum at the foot of the Palatine between the
Regia and ...
Alternate names: Temple of Vesta, Aedes Vestae. This small, round cult building
was built at an early date and went through several building phases before ...
The Temple of Vesta tourist information and visitor info. Includes The Temple of
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The temple of Vesta stood at the forum of Rome. It was built round, imitating the
primitive round huts in which the Latins had lived. The priestesses of Vesta, the ...