Remnants of a pond or pool from the garden of a home in Baetulo built in the late 1st century AD, and which likely belonged to patrician Quintus Licinius. The visit explains what these gardens looked like and the purpose they served in Roman homes. It also provides an opportunity to view singular artefacts, such as the marble oscillum , while, thanks to the exhibit's lighting, sounds and spectacular virtual reality display, submerging visitors into the ambient of a Roman garden.