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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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I began the next day with another dive into the Roman bath, and then started for Highgate.
This film tells the story of the Roman Bath House, the coming of the railways, various sea tragedies associated with Prestatyn, including the Ocean Monarch disaster and the sinking of the Lelia.
The author is impressed by the architectural heritage of Varna, home of the fourth largest Roman bath in the Empire and the oldest gold in the world which was discovered in a 7000-year-old necropolis, reported BNT.
1 HAVE A ROMAN BATH, IN BATH SOMERSET'S famous spa town, Bath, is the ideal place to relax.
ANKARA (CyHAN)- Sewage system construction works in Turkish capital city of Ankara still have not stopped despite remains of ancient roman bath were discovered at the construction site.
The keen mountain biker will ride with dad Paul for three days from Glannaventa Roman Bath House in Ravenglass to Tynemouth.
The next morning, we visited the Roman Bath Museum and were blown away by what still remains of the age-old structure.
Marvel at the remains of a Roman bath house with its amazing 1,700-year-old underfloor heating system.
Keywords: Archeological Site, Roman Bath, Medicinal Mineral Water Spring
EXCAVATIONS at ancient Idalion continue to uncover significant finds, the latest being a major Hellenistic and Roman Bath Complex beside the Lymbia Road.
And it's even more unbelievable that the giant-sized writer of The Roman Bath, Stanislav Stratiev*, had a tense confrontation with diminutive dictator Todor Zhivkov about the production.
There are remnants of a gymnasion, a Roman bath and a bouleuterion.