192 I- N. and E. Hills. ROME. e. Museo delle Terme.
to the left in the court (at a in the adjoining pian of the Thermse).
Director, Prof. R. Paribeni. Catalogue (1905), l1/, fr.; comp.
Helbig, Antiquities in Rome, voi. ii, pp. 188-263.
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Rooms 1-22 are on the first floor ; I-VIII (Museo Boncompagni) and B-F
are on the groundfloor.
"We first ascend at the end of the corridor to the —
First Floor. — Room 1. In the centre, Fragment of a Hel¬
lenistic Group, representing the Rape of Oreithyia by Boreas or
a Centaur and a Lapitha ; marble vase with reliefs of cranes. On
the walls are some good mosaics (fish and ornamentai work), also
one (rudely executed) of a skeleton, with the legend Tvòi^i aautóv