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(a) on the Esquiline, just outside the porta Esquilina, where some remains 1 were found in 1876 (BC 1877, 66 ff., 74 ff.). Avidius was governor of Thrace in 82 A.D. (CIL vi. 3828, 31692-3). (b) Probably of the same man (Pros. i. p. 189, No. 1172; RE ii. 2385-6), on the Quirinal, where a tastefully decorated nymphaeum was found (BC 1877, 59 ff.; NS 1901, 295, 352, 418; CIL xv. 7400. Two other pipes of unknown provenance (one perhaps from the Caffarella valley on the left of the via Appia) bearing the same inscription are recorded ib.).

1 For terra-cotta friezes from this house, see Cons. 347, 348.

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