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T. AVIDIUS QUIETUS, DOMUS (a) on the Esquiline, just outside the porta Esquilina, where some remains For terra-cotta friezes from this house, see Cons. 347, 348. were found in 1876 (BC 1877, 66 ff., 74 ff.). Avidius was governor of Thrace in 82 A.D. (CIL vi. 3828, 31692-3). (b) Probably of the same man (Pros. i. p. 189, No. 1172; RE ii. 2385-6), on the Quirinal, where a tastefully decorated nymphaeum was found (BC 1877, 59 ff.; NS 1901, 295, 352, 418; CIL xv. 7400. Two other pipes of unknown provenance (one perhaps from the Caffarella valley on the left of the via Appia) bearing the same inscription are recorded ib.).