thermae

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thermae

(ˈθɜːmiː)
pl n
(Historical Terms) public baths or hot springs, esp in ancient Greece or Rome
[C17: from Latin, from Greek thermai, pl of thermē heat]

thermae

Roman public baths.
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EIGHT choirs will be soaking up the atmosphere today on the sites of Roman bath houses in the North-East.
Choirs will be singing in the Roman bath houses along Hadrian's Wall between 2pm-3pm.
SINGING: Ian Read, of Tyne & Wear Museums at Segedunum Roman bath house.