Terme di Buticoso
This privately-owned bath complex was built in around AD 110 and renovated a few decades later.
It was accessed through a long entrance hall with benches (A), decorated with paintings with plant motifs, which are repeated in the back room (B).
The heated rooms were in the western part: the mosaic floor of one of the hot rooms (C) depicts a nude male figure accompanied by an inscription with the name Epictetus Buticosus, who can be identified as the manager of the baths.
The calidarium (room for hot baths) preserves a mosaic with a sea scene (a Triton and a Nereid) and two marble-clad basins (E).
The water supply was guaranteed by a cistern equipped with a noria (water wheel), located in the adjacent Republican Sacred Area.
- The Central Area and the Official Complexes
- Molino del Silvano
- Casa di Diana
- Thermopolium di Via di Diana
- Museo - Casone del Sale
- Mensola della Sinagoga
- Caseggiato dei Dolii
- Insula di Giove e Ganimede
- Castrum repubblicano
- Caseggiato dei Triclini e Foro della Statua Eroica
- Cd. Sacellum dei Lares Augusti
- Tempio di Roma e Augusto
- Latrina presso le Terme del Foro
- Terme del Foro
- Palestra delle Terme del Foro
- Cd. Curia
- Tempio Rotondo
- Caseggiato del Larario
- Horrea Epagathiana et Epaphrodithiana
- Area Sacra Repubblicana
- Tempio di Ercole
- Terme di Buticoso
- Cd. Piccolo Mercato