frigidarium


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frigidarium

(ˌfrɪdʒɪˈdɛərɪəm)
n
(Historical Terms) the cold room in an ancient Roman bathhouse, normally with a cold plunge-pool
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They had three main sections: "al-Barani", is the outer section of the Hammam or the so-called frigidarium and often contains a roofed courtyard surrounded by windows and had a fountain or two in the center surrounded by desks or chairs.
On the left, the glass-roofed frigidarium part of the Turkish baths complex.
La cupula del frigidarium masculino de las termas de Stabia, perdida en la actualidad, estuvo pintada de azul con estrellas amarillas de seis rayos dispuestas en fila ordenada; se fechan entre los anos 70-79 d.
They are ring-type baths, having a lobby and three warm rooms as well as a cold room (frigidarium) and hot room (caldarium).
They are ringtype baths, having a lobby and three warm rooms as well as a cold room (frigidarium) and hot room (caldarium).
La carne va conservata nel frigidarium per evitare la sua decomposizione e quindi per prevenire il suo uso immediato, per trasformarne l'uso da uso reale a uso potenziale.
Where prisoners once languished, guests now enjoy luxury treatments; from baths in actual wine vats to massage and sessions in the chilling frigidarium. A three-night stay departing December 30 costs from pounds 973 per person (two sharing).
The former frigidarium, once a room for disrobing before a sauna, may even have been redeployed as a Christian church.