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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.
First place in the list goes to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, followed by the British Museum, Giant's Causeway and Bath's Roman Baths.
A mystery woman nicknamed 'the bathing lady' went for a three-hour dip in ancient Roman Baths - despite the water being closed off after a girl died ofmeningitis.
Tenders are invited for roman baths hot spring water recovery system - mechanical & electrical engineer
A huge amount of work has been carried out over the past year, including structural work to secure the collapsing floor, the installation of the new heating system that will use hot water from the Roman Baths and substantial archaeological excavations.
At the Roman baths, Robert befriends an elderly and pugnacious businessman, Sir William Benson, ennobled by the Crown for his service to industry.
Aside from visiting the Neolithic monument, the couple also dropped by the Roman Baths which is a well-preserved Roman site once used for public bathing.
ORIGINALLY part of the Roman baths complex, the Linenhall site formed part of the Franciscan Greyfriars monastery.
The French Institute erected a stage in Nijmeh Square, near Radio Beirut's stage at the Roman Baths.
markets, and there are also some remains of the Roman baths in the
Ruins of the amphitheater at Pelusium -- Archeology.org There are a number of necropolises, what is believed to be the remains of a hippodrome, fish tanks, a harbor wall, Roman baths with mosaic floors in geometric designs dating to the third century, and the remains of a church dating back to the fifth and sixth centuries, according to a feature by archeologist Krzysztof A.
Where: National Roman Legion Museum, Caerleon OH, AND THERE ARE ROMAN BATHS AND BARRACKS JUST DOWN THE ROAD You can make a full day of it in Caerleon as there's more than just the museum and amphitheatre.