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The area is now traversed by parallel walls built by Titus to serve as substructions to his Therm.
The Therm, consisting of a large court, and several smaller side rooms for vapour-baths, with mosaic pavements of various designs.
The two large halls which belonged to the Therm are to the east of the reservoirs.
The swimming-baths and Therm can be traced, where the water of the Anio once mitigated the summer heats.
The fragments of stonework are now thought to have belonged to the entrance of the Therm of Constantine.