Here is undoubtedly one of the nicest places of the Quirinal. The temple of Bellona Pulvinensis Bellona Pulvinensis, aedes, goddess of the war, built alongside the great portico. Closer to the promontory, spreads a small wood and some gardens called Cæsar’s Gardens ( Horti Caesaris). The house next to it could be identified as the house of Cæsar’s emancipated slaves ( Caesaris domus Libertus). Last, a part of the old Servian wall follows the height of the Quirinal. .