on the Esquiline in Region V
mentioned also in one inscription (CIL vi. 31893
d, 5). It was probably
a monumental fountain connected with the aqua Alexandrina. For a
discussion of its identification with either of the nymphaea described
above, or with another that is reported to have been found in the Villa
Altieri, see HJ 350; Jord. i. I. 478; Mitt. 1923-4, 185-192 ; LA 385-386,
and literature cited there.