The Villa of Perseus, a suburban villa to the south of Ostia, was built in the early second century AD, and named after a statue of Perseus from the ruins. Here a large, fourth-century polychrome mosaic with personifications of months was found. The villa had its own, private baths. Presently they are covered with earth. They have not been published.
Plan of the baths of Perseus. From Scrinari-Ricciardi 1996, I, fig. 299.