was the name given to some warm springs between Sabate and Tarquinii, in Etruria, where there appears to have been a considerable thermal establishment. They are evidently the same designated by Martial (6.42. 7
) by the poetical phrase of “Phoebi vada.” The Tab. Pent. places them on the upper road from Rome to Tarquinii at the distance of 12 miles from the latter city, a position which accords with the modern Bagni di Stigliano.
Cluverius confounds them with the AQUAE CAERETANAE
now Bagni del Sasso,
which were indeed but a few miles distant. (Holsten. not ad Cluver.