gardens of unknown location, but perhaps on the
Via Latina (CIL x. 6706
, which mentions an ager Peduceianus), and in
that case probably outside the city. They may have belonged to M.
Peduceius Stloga Priscianus, consul in 163 A.D. (Pros. iii. 21
, 163); and
later they became imperial property (CIL vi. 276
, 33745). See also