Villa delle Vignacce

The villa, built on the right side of the ancient Via Latina, in its heyday belonged to Quinto Servilio Pudente, a very rich brick manufacturer attached to the imperial court. His commercial activity, already attested in 123 A.D., continued throughout the second half of the reign of Emperor Hadrian (117 - 138 A.D.) 

The bricks used for the construction of Villa Adriana in Tivoli came from its workshops.

The statue of Marsia was discovered in 2009 in Rome, in the Parco degli Acquedotti (between Via Appia and Via Tuscolana), at the Villa delle Vignacce.