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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93: Tam male Thais olet quam non fullonis auari/testa uetus media, sed modo fracta uia/non ab amore recens hircus, non ora leonis/non detracta cani transtiberina cutis/pullus abortiuo nec cum putrescit in ouo/ am ph ora corrupto nec uitiata garo/Virus ut hoc alio fallax permutet odore/deposita quotiens balnea ueste petit/psilothro uiret aut acida latet oblita creta aut tegitur pingui terque quaterque faba/ Cum bene se tutam per fraudes mille putauit/ omnia cum fecit, Thaida Thais olet.
En otra fase, se implanta una construccion de tipo balnea, una explotacion privada para uso publico, que ocupa todo el s.
You will find nothing of balnea, Roman style public baths, though such existed in Palestine (e.
La Rotensis se refiere a esta arquitectura palatina en los siguientes terminos: nam et regia palatia, balnea, promptuaria atque uniuersa stipendia formauit et instruere precepi (88).
Cur vites semper communia balnea, dicam: Quod sis nigra, scio; quod scabiosa, puto.
Ingenium misera quia fortunatius arte credit et excludit sanos Helicone poetas Democritus, bona pars non unguis ponere curat, non barbam, secreta petit loca, balnea uitat; nanciscetur enim pretium nomenque poetae, si tribus Anticyris caput insanabile nunquam tonsori Licino commiserit.
Isidoro de Sevilla se refiere a los balnea publica como una institucion viva en su epoca, afirmando la existencia, anexa a ellos, de locales donde los usuarios podian obtener bebida y comida (73).
After the Christian conquest, the balnea came under the rule of the lord of the land, at least in the regions south of the Tagus; the sovereign actually reserved their ownership in some of the main southern urban centres, where the Muslim presence survived a while longer.