tain (cf. p. 32). Cf. also the list in Iwanoff-Hiilsen, op. cit. infra, 72-80.
cf. Nicole, Un Catalogue d'ceuvres d'art conserves a Rome a
l'epoque imperiale (Geneva, 1906). Some porticoes connected with the
baths (whatever is meant) were destroyed or damaged by fire, and
repaired under Aurelian (Chron. 148: porticus Thermarum Antoninarum
arserunt et fabricatum est).
A brick-stamp of the time of Constans or Constantius (not found
in situ) gives some evidence of activity about the middle of the fourth
century (CIL xv. 1542. 3) Ib. 1580 a was found (as well as ib. 1665) in some late tombs in the peribolus (NS 1912,
310), and is referred to as' frequently occurring' in the thermae (a fact not mentioned
, while we have dedicatory inscriptions upon the
bases of statues set up by the praefectus urbi to Victoria and to the
victorious emperors Valentinian and Valens towards the end of it (CIL
vi. 794, 1170-1173).
In the fifth century the baths are named among the marvels of Rome