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Temple of Concord

Considered the finest architectural fragment to survive from the Augustan period, the cornice from the Temple of Concord shows scrolled modillions above an egg motif and dentils. It is virtually the only remnant of the temple to survive and has been reconstructed from fragments excavated in the early nineteenth century from the rubble that had accumulated almost to the height of the Tabularium gallery, where it now is displayed.