Gardens of Licinius

All that remains of the sumptuous residence of the emperor Licinius Gallieno is a monumental nymphaeum, the so-called Temple of Minerva Physician, not far from Termini Station. 
Several notable sculptures were found reused inside it, outstanding amongst which are the statues of two magistrates commencing the circus games, perhaps Quintus Aurelius Simmacus and his son Memmius Simmacus, who had high profiles in late fourth century AD Rome.
Not far from this area, near to the church of Saint Bibiana, were discovered the remains of a large polychrome mosaic showing the capture of wild animals (gazelles, bears and boars) for the circus games.

Sala Caldaie - Horti Liciniani
Mosaic / Intarsia
Early IVth century AD
Statua di magistrato giovane
Sculpture
Late IVth-early Vth century AD
Statua di magistrato anziano
Sculpture
Late IVth - early Vth century BC
Statua di satiro danzante
Sculpture
From a Hellenistic original
Statua di Dioniso con pantera
Sculpture
From a Hellenistic original