Porticus Deorum Consentium
Porticus Deorum Consentium.
Porticus Deorum Consentium is located in Rome
Porticus Deorum Consentium
Porticus Deorum Consentium
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Coordinates41°53′24″N 12°28′48″E / 41.89000°N 12.48000°E / 41.89000; 12.48000

The Portico Dii Consentes (Latin: Porticus Deorum Consentium; Italian: Portico degli Dei Consenti), also known as the Area of the Dii Consentes or the Harmonious Gods, is an ancient structure located at the bottom of the ancient Roman road that leads up to the Capitol in Rome, Italy. The Clivus Capitolinus ("Capitoline Rise") turned sharply at the head of the Roman Forum where this portico of marble and composite material was discovered and re-erected in 1835.


It was last rebuilt in AD 367 and was thus the last functioning pagan shrine in the Forum (such shrines had been forbidden by law more than a decade earlier). The Portico housed twelve recessed rooms where it is believed the judicial clerks of the Capitoline Ascent had their offices.[1]

See also


  1. ^ Bum, Robert (1895). Ancient Rome and its neighborhood: an illustrated handbook to the ruins of ... Bell. pp. 58.

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Preceded by
Curia Julia
Landmarks of Rome
Portico Dii Consentes
Succeeded by
Porticus Octaviae