"The rebuilt Temple of Jupiter was at that time nearing completion under the guiding hand of Catulus"

Model of what the archaic Temple of Jupiter may have looked like
GNU Free Documentation LicenseModel of what the archaic Temple of Jupiter may have looked like - Credit: Hiro-o/Wikimedia Commons
This would be the second rebuilding of the unlucky temple, which had previously burnt down in the political chaos of Sulla’s dictatorship. This second building would also burn down in 69 AD when Vespasian fought to enter Rome. Vespasian rebuilt the temple on the same foundations, but it was once again lost in flames in the great fire of 80 AD under the reign of the emperor Titus. A fourth building was constructed by the emperor Domitian. The Temple of Jupiter sat on the Capitoline Hill and is also known as the Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus, or the Temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus.