Remains of another street were found perpendicular to and southwest of Palladius Street. These remains extended past the front of the theater (2.2) and its western continuation also extended along the front of the western bathhouse. The foundation remains of a nymphaeum were found in the intersection of the streets; the nymphaeum’s superstructure was removed in a later phase and therefore its plan is unclear. Between the nymphaeum and the propyleum that led to the western bathhouse were the remains of a large latrine whose sewage system was incorporated with the drainage system of Palladius Street were revealed.