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This small travertine monument (possibly a compital shrine or sacellum dedicated to the crossroad deities), usually ignored, is a precious document of the Augustan-era activity in the Forum Boarium.  It is located at its original find site, but has been placed on a modern brick base approximately 2 meters above the ancient pavement level where it was found.  


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