Also known as the Temple of the God Rediculus (of the Return) because it is dedicated to the deity who is said to have forced Hannibal to turn back, it is a sepulchral monument in the form of a small temple traditionally attributed to Annia Regilla, wife of Herod Atticus
(a philosopher and mathematician who lived during the reign of Emperor Marcus Aurelius). Rectangular in plan, built of two-tone bricks, it has a low podium and external faces tripartite by pilasters, with framed windows, corbelled entablature and tympanum.
Nearby is a 19th-century mill-house and a so called medieval "valca", namely a mill for processing and washing textiles.
Open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 10.00 to 16.00 (solar time)
From the last Sunday in March to the last Saturday in October (summer time)
open from 10.00 to 18.00
CLOSED in July, August and January
Para conocer todos los servicios de accesibilidad, visite la sección Roma accesible.