|A complex of ancient temples in Rome that are linked to the scene of Julius Caesar’s murder will be opened to the public. The below-street-level temple ruins at Largo Argentina will have walkways built inside the site so tourists can stroll through the ruins. The ruins include a stone pedestal from the Curia of Pompey, the meeting place of senators, where Caesar was slain in 44 B.C.|
After Caesar's murder, Augustus Caesar removed the large statue of Pompey and had the hall walled up. Suetonius wrote that it was later made into a latrine.