This villa, which has been inhabited until the fifth century a.d., was built in the end of the republican period and was at its highest magnificence during the age of Tiberius. The excavations of this villa have so far revealed a great number of very valuable masonry structures and rooms with mosaic or polychrome marble floors. Among the most important finds there are the terracotta decorations and the fine marble head portraying Tiberius Gemellus. All the finds from the excavations are on display in the Albano museum.
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