Halls of the Horti Lamiani

Situated in the upper part of the Esquilino, in the area around what is today Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, the Horti Lamiani were founded by the consul Aelius Lamia, a friend of Tiberius, and very soon (already with Caligula) became part of Imperial property. 

Museo del Palazzo dei Conservatori - Sale degli Horti Lamiani

Of the luxurious decorations of this vast complex of buildings, excavated in the XIX century and then covered over again, over and above the frescos and architectural elements in coloured marbles, a countless number of foils in gilded bronze with gems set in them, the remains of a sumptuous wall dressing, were found.
A number of important statuary groups were also part of it, such as the Esquiline Venus with two priestesses or Muses beside her and the portrait of Commodus as Hercules flanked by tritons.

Statua di Venere Esquilina
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Early imperial period
Busto di Commodo come Ercole
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180-193 AD
Torso di tritone o centauro marino
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180-193 AD
Torso di tritone o centauro marino
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180-193 AD
Testa di centauro
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Tiberian period