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Here, a four‐sided arch, bridging the street, was built at exactly the same time by another member of the local élite, Marcus Holconius Rufus, likely benefactor of the monument, which incorporated a series of statues in which Rufus himself appeared. The example shows that the founding of cults in the Augustan period depended on two conditions: personal strategy and aristocratic competition. These behaviors should be understood as a direct consequence of the political changes at Rome. 2). 2 The temple of Fortuna Augusta at Pompeii: the context of the foundation has a strong link to the political situation of Augustan era.
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