Hot Springs of the Cyclopes
The Hot Springs of the Cyclopes can be found on the bottom of the hill to the southeast, and they're named after the mosaic pavement that was inside, which is currently in the Bardo Museum . These baths are next to the ruins of the Trifolium house of (most of those were discovered in Dougga), so it is believed it may belong to it also. From the baths, only the ancient latrines are preserved. They were formed by a stone bench in a horseshoe shape with twelve holes that extend forward with a slit in it.