This elegant bathing complex, with opus sectile decorating both floors and walls, is adjacent to the Maritime Theater and Building with Fish Pond and thus was reserved for the private use of the emperor and his inner circle. Entrance to the building was through the eastern corridor (1). A colonnaded peristyle with a large pool (5) provided circulation to the various rooms of the bath, including the apodyteria (2-4), tepidaria (8-10), frigidarium (13) and the hot rooms (11, 15, 16, 17) on the south. A number of statues come from the complex, including the Aphrodite of Doidalsas, which was found on a base in the center of the eastern side of the pool in room 5. The bath dates to the first phase (118-125 CE).