TITUS FLAVIUS VESPASIANUS, DOMUS
(1) mentioned once (possibly twice)
(Plin. NH xxxvi. 37
, in connection with the Laokoon; cf. xxxiv. 55).
This house was probably part of the domus Aurea of Nero, occupied by
Titus and adjacent to his baths (q.v.), and afterwards destroyed by
Trajan to secure room for his thermae (LS ii. 222-228
(2) on the Quirinal next to the templum gentis Flaviae, and standing
in the fourth century (Hist. Aug. xxx. tyr. 33)-if it be not an
invention, on the basis of Suet. Dom. i. 5
(cf. GENS FLAVIA, TEMPLUM
as V. Domaszewski thinks (SHA 1916, 7
. A, 10, 11).