Complesso delle Terme del Filosofo
In the early 2nd century AD, the complex consisted of a series of shops with an open space behind them in which a small temple (A) dedicated to an unknown god was built in around AD 200.
In the second half of the 3rd century AD, the building became the headquarters of a Neoplatonic philosophical college, as we know from the discovery inside of two portraits identified as the philosopher Plotinus (203/205-270 AD).
The building had a meeting room (B) with benches and a niche at the back, and a small bath complex with a frigidarium (room for cold baths), paved with a mosaic made of large tesserae in green marble (C).
The heated rooms, also marble-panelled, were located in the north sector of the building (D).
- The area of the eastern cults and the Porta Laurentina residential district
- Tempio Collegiale dei Fabri Tignuarii
- Santuario della Bona Dea
- Terme del Nuotatore
- Mitreo di Felicissimo
- Cd. Sede degli Augustali
- Fullonica su via degli Augustali
- Domus del Pozzo
- Domus del Protiro
- Complesso delle Terme del Filosofo
- Domus della Fortuna Annonaria
- Mitreo dei Serpenti
- Campo della Magna Mater
- Porta Laurentina
- Ninfeo degli Eroti
- Domus dei Pesci