Right in the centre of the picture, as in the centre of the Roman Forum, the temple of CŠsar represents primarily the entry of Rome in the Empire. A fairly high terrace dominated its podium with a hemicycle that housed a small round altar. Its construction closed the Forum on the south west side, giving the whole complex a new vitality.











Jacques Plassard suggests a synthetic picture that identifies very well the hemicycle and the small altar. One could go down from the podium through the side stairs.














The temple of CŠsar seen under another angle.