Ninfeo degli Eroti
The monumental nymphaeum, built in the 4th century AD, takes the form of a single square room, closed and completely covered in marble panels, which provided a backdrop for the jets of water that gushed from a labrum (basin) set inside a central square pool.
The side walls of the nymphaeum had two rectangular niches, each with a marble statue placed inside it. These were Roman copies of a type attributed to the Greek sculptor Lysippus depicting Eros stringing his bow and are now in the Museo Ostiense.
In the back wall was a semi-circular niche, perhaps adorned with a statue of Venus.
- 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