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edicated in the name of his friend (Vict. Caes. 13; Epit. 13). This establishment is represented on fragments of the Marble Plan (FUR 41, 258, 329, 387; Atti del Congresso storico i. 49), and its site is thereby identified with that of the modern restaurant of the Castello dei Cesari, just north of S. Prisca, where some remains have been found and a fragmentary inscription (CIL vi. 1703) recording the restoration of a cella tepidaria by Caecina Decius Acinatius Albinus, praefectus urbi in 414 A.D. (cf., however, Merlin 433, who makes this inscription refer to the thermae Decianae). A previous restoration by the third Gordian is proved by the discovery in 1920 in S. Sabina of part of a marble block, probably the architrave over a door, with a fragmentary inscription-Imp. Caes. Marcus Antonius [Gordianus Augustus] Balneum Surae o[rnandum curavit]-in which this restoration of the text seems justified, especially when compared with a passage from Hist. Aug. Gord. 32. 5: Opera Gordiani R