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An additional lead tablet was found in this vicinity, approximately 23 m to the northeast of the east end of the Apsidal Building.
Williams subsequently made the suggestion that the Apsidal Building could be a rural or outdoor shrine to Diana Nemorensis, possibly set up by the Roman freedmen when settling the Caesarian colony.
I owe the original idea of the identification of the Apsidal Building as a circus meta and spina to Williams.
Gravitational interactions between the two outermost planets yanked the middle one into an eccentric orbit as well, and the mutual torque forced the system into apsidal alignment.
Kose also discusses a building identified by Lenzen as a Mithraeum on the basis of its apsidal form and of a surface find of a mold for a relief of a man kneeling on the back of a bull.
There are two groups, predominantly in clay, on the east walls of the choir; nine more groups in steel and clay are tightly inserted into the apsidal bays that enclose the very large, elegant font in cast and polished concrete, and a pair of massive oak towers, complex structures with stairs and platforms, are wound around piers.
At a later date Elderkin (1941) attributed it to the cult of Apollo, identifying the apsidal Temple B as an oracular shrine.
47) The original room, conventionally dated to the mid-40s AD, had one back entrance, four niches on each side and an apsidal exedra that contained the Polyphemus group.
The only major shrine discovered is an apsidal Naga temple.
The central reservoir--circular with four large apsidal lobes--was to be filled to the level of the building's cornice, where the up-welling water, escaping via pipes, would cascade down the faces of the convex exterior walls.
It is divided in two parts: the citadel (mound) area and the low-lying apsidal temple.
245, 248, 281); function of the apsidal temples and evidence of a naga cult.