gardens on the Esquiline, on the boundary between
, as is shown by a terminal cippus that was found at
the corner of the Via Principe Amedeo and the Piazza della Terme (CIL
; NS 1883, 339
; BC 1883, 220
; Civilta Cattolica 1883, 210
These gardens may have belonged to M. Lollius, consul in 21 B.C., or to
his daughter, Lollia Paulina, the rival of Agrippina.