2LocationThe first curia, Curia Hostilia, was north of the comitium (where the assembly met.The current curia, Curia Julia, is on the edge of the Forum Iulium.
3Origin of the BuildingThe king Tullus Hostilius built the first curia around mid 6th century B.C. as a meeting place for senators.The senators are the 10 elected representatives of Roman people. They were called the first curiae and referred to as the Curiae Hostilia after the king.
4Timeline of Events94 B.C. Curia Hostilia restored by Domitian. Soon after burned down.29 B.C. Finish construction under Augustus.~700 A.D. Turned into a church of St. Hadrian.Represent gathering of 3 original tribes of Rome (Tities, Ramnes, Luceres)The Curia we see today began construction under Julius Caesar in 44 B.C.Named Curia Julia and was dedicated by Augustus in 29 B.C.Statue of Victory standing on a globe from Tarentum shows power of Rome94 B.C. restored by Domitian and burnt down in fire of CarinusDamaged by fire around 280 A.D. and restored by DiocletianTurned into a church of St. Hadrian around 70044.B.C. Curia Julia Construction under Julius Caeser.280 A.D. Damaged by fire, restored by Diocletian.