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Rostra Diocletiani
Orators' platform on the eastern end of the Forum plaza.
Reconstructed state: Building as first dedicated on site

Alternate names: Rostra of Diocletian

Before the Temple of the Divine Julius Caesar was a speakers' platform which was 12 meters x 30 meters in size. It was excavated in 1874 and erroneously considered the remains of a medieval tower and demolished. In fact, it represented the rebuilding of the rostra before the Temple of Julius Caesar which was damaged in the fire of 283 AD.

Speaker's platforms

Rostra Augusti