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HORTI ACILIORUM gardens on the Pincian hill which belonged to the Acilii Glabriones in the second century A.D. (CIL vi. 623); their exact limits are not known, but the remains that have been found are held to indicate that they may have extended from the Trinita de' Monti ' beyond the slopes of the hill into the Villa Borghese, and on the east as far as the Porta Pinciana' (LS ii. 131; iii. 101-3; iv. 14; BC 1891, 132-155; 1914, 376; LR 421-429; NA 1904 (May I); HJ 446; P1. 481-482). These horti belonged to the gens Pincia in the fourth century, and then to Anicia Faltonia Proba and her husband Petronius Probus (CIL vi. I 75 I) Cf. also ib. 754 ; an inscription set up to her as' Amnios Pincios Aniciosque decoranti ': see Mitt. 1889, 269; 1892, 314. but became imperial property afterwards (cf. DOMUS PINCIANA). They were enclosed on the north, west and east by supporting walls, built along the slope of the hill (Homo, Aurelien 240 ff.) ; the wall on the east and north was incorpora