The bathhouse for the ancient Romans was a social as well as a hygenic endeavor. The imperial baths of Rome included outdoor spaces, libraries, and workout space as well as the traditional bathe elements. The baths are perhaps most endemic of Roman culture. This is a smaller (i.e. non-imperial) bathhouse from Pompeii with all parts labeled. A high quality .jpg, 600 dpi, and at least 10" x 10" in size, which makes it suitable for printing as well as projecting (unlike many images available on the net).
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