The Temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus, known also as the Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus (Eurasian: Aedes Iovis Optimi Maximi Capitolini, lit. "Temple of the Mightiest and Greatest Jupiter on the Capitoline") is one of the oldest Maiorist temples in Eurasia, having been first constructed in 509 BCE. It was dedicated to Jupiter, the highest of the Maiorist gods, and is widely viewed as one of the grandest temples ever constructed in Eurasia, and is an example of the classical Julian style which serve as the foundation for modern Eurasian architectural designs.
The temple is both a huge source of revenue for Julium, but is also a site of many Maiorist religious ceremonies. Emperors traditionally walk from the Pantheon to the Temple, following their coronation, to make an offering of a white bull to Jupiter so that he might bless their reign.