North of Domitian Street is a monumental commemorative structure with four facades, the Memmius Monument, Memmius, the grandson of the dictator Sulla, constructed it in the first century CE.
The blocks that contain the figures of his father, Gaius, and grandfather, Sulla, are still well preserved.
A square fountain lies northwest of this memorial. Statues of the emperors of that time, the tetrarchs Diocletian, Maximian, Constantius I, and Galerius (293-305 CE) once stood around this fountain.
In the middle of Domitian Street is a round monument that once stood elsewhere, and was later brought here from some other location.
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