Temple of Diana, dated end of 1st Century BC ? Beginning of 1st Century AD; Identification made by D. Bernabé Moreno de Vargas, local historian, in the 17th Century gave it its name; Excavation in 1971 led the archaeologists to identify it as a Temple dedicated to the Imperial Worship, Merida (Augusta Emerita, Capital of Hispania Ulterior), Extremadura, Spain

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Temple of Diana, dated end of 1st Century BC ? Beginning of 1st Century AD; Identification made by D. Bernabé Moreno de Vargas, local historian, in the 17th Century gave it its name; Excavation in 1971 led the archaeologists to identify it as a Temple dedicated to the Imperial Worship, Merida (Augusta Emerita, Capital of Hispania Ulterior), Extremadura, Spain

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Keywords:
Roman
Antiquity
Architecture
Building Engineering
Augustus Caesar
Mythology
Gods
Worship
Hispania Ulterior
Augusta Emerita
Merida
Extremadura
Spain
Spanish