Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.

Aventinus Mons

Aventinus, Mons (now Monte di Santa Sabina), the most southerly of the seven hills on which ancient Rome stood, lies between Mons Coelius and the Palatine. It was included within the city by Ancus Martius, and as an outlying quarter was the scene of several secessions of the plebs. Temples of Diana and of Liberty with other monuments occupied the site.