|Baths of Trajan|
The baths of Ancient Rome.
104 CE - 109 CE
Lair of Romulus entrance.
The Baths of Trajan (Italian: Terme di Traiano) is a Roman landmark in the Antico District of the city. During the early 16th century, it was possible to access the Golden Palace from the baths via at least one crawl space; this allowed the Followers of Romulus to use the palace as a lair.
The structure was built atop a section of Nero's ruined Golden Palace, and was poetically intended for use by the commoners. In 537 CE, the siege of the Goths destroyed most of the Roman aqueducts, and the Baths of Trajan were subsequently abandoned due to the loss of the water supply.