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Temple of Fortuna Virilis . Temple of Fortuna Virilis . To suit my ever-growing liking of the classical periods of art, here is the Temple of Fortuna Virilis (a.k.a the Temple of Portunus). This small and eclectic temple was designed during the Republican period of Roman history. The columns present here are of the doric 4x7 order. It contains Greek, Roman, and Etruscan influences. The actual structure. (note the difference in the capitals between my structure and the real thing. Ionic capitals just doesn't work well with lego.) Thanks for looking, I'll have some more stuff to put up soon enough when I get around to it.

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