On the side of the gardens, the Baths of Sura were overhanging the slope of the Aventine towards what then was the Marcia valley, and now is the Great Circus of Rome.
















The Baths of Sura on the Clivus Publicius.




















The temple of Vortumnus stood close to the Baths of Sura. Vortumnus was the god of seasons. It may have been built in 264 BC. In front of the esplanade of the temple of Vortumnus, the round temple of Consus.














The temple of Vortumnus and the temple of Consus in the north-west angle.