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Rome thermae

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  • 1. ROME THERMAE
  • 2. THE END By Marcos, Sheila and Sandra
  • 3. Thermae are typical Roman baths. Thermae are public state baths to do gymnastics and creational activities and meetings. Use them plebeians, slaves, patricians and emperors.
  • 4. Thermae had different places:
    • Palestra: Central Courtyard. In this place physical exercise could be done.
    • Tabernae: Stores where people bought drink or food.
    • Caldarium : Bath with hot water. It was the room with more light and it was decorated.
  • 5.
    • Frigidarium : Bath with cold water. In big thermae there was a swimming pool indoors.
    • Tepidarium: It was the room with a warm bath. In this place people got ready for hot water.
    • Apodyterium: Wardrobe. It was the room near the entrance where people could keep their clothes.
    • Laconicum: Vapour bath.
  • 6. Caracalla thermae
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    Caracalla thermae were spacious bath centres in the imperial Rome. This thermae were built in Rome in 212 and 216 A.D. Caracalla thermae became a luxurious complex in Rome. In these thermae decoration was very important, there were lots of mosaics. The hot water for the thermae was very difficult to get; thermae had two ovens, one inside and another outside CARACALLA THERMAE
  • 7. Titus thermae were built in Rome by emperor Titus. These thermae had capacity of 1600 people. Titus thermae were a project of emperor Titus to relieve of sad feelings. The people in Rome were sad because in Rome there was a gleat fire and a volcano erupted. The decoration was splendid, the floor had a mosaic, the ceiling magnificent paintings and the rooms were richly decorated. In these thermae was the Laoconte group, Farnesio bull… TITUS THERMAE

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