mentioned only in the Notitia (Reg. XII
), and presumably a statue of Isis by the Greek artist Athenodorus (c. 100 B.C.), which
may perhaps have given its name to a shrine in which it was placed.
The site of the monument was probably near the baths of Caracalla and
the via Appia, but fragments of sculpture found in this vicinity cannot
be identified with certainty (HJ 197 ; Gilb. iii. 112
; BC 1914, 351-352
RE ii. 2047
; ix. 2132
, and literature there cited).