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baths near S. Pudenziana which, although probably ancient, are mentioned only in the Acta S. Praxedis (Mai iv. 279: in vico Patricii). Near them were probably the thermae Timothei (Acta S. Iustinae 33:Μαρτίνου τοῦ Τιμοθίνου βαλανεῖον , ap. BCr 1867, 55), and to them may have belonged the fragment of an inscription found in S. Pudenziana (CIL vi. 29769; Maximus has olim thermas; HJ 340).

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