One of the characteristics of the Euripus is the presence of numerus sepulchres along the canal.
The most famous one is Hadrian’s Ustrinum, but another group of sepulchres was gathered
close to the stables of the Green Faction ( right at the bottom of the picture ). 1, Cæsar’s sepulchre, 2,
Sylla’s sepulchre, 3, Hirtius sepulchre, 4, Pansa’s sepulchre.
The sepulchres were constructions built to commemorate the recording of a dead, but did not contain any body nor ashes. A small altar, 6,
in the little park next to the sepulchres seemed to be erected for the residents of the area around. On the other side of the Euripus, 7,
another much bigger altar, the altar of Mars, 5.