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The Roman Thermae
The Apodyterium The dressing room There were cubbies to store clothing Slaves usually guarded bathers clothes
The Palaestra The exercise ground Here the men would exercise to work up a sweat Men would lift weights, play ball, wrestle and run Olive oil was applied to their bodies
The bathers would have the dirt and oil scraped off their bodies Curved metal instruments called strigils were used Had heated walls and floors The Tepidarium
The Caldarium The hot room Closest to the furnace Had a small pool with very hot water Also had a labrum, a fountain filled with cool water
The Frigidarium The cooling room Housed an icy bath to close the pores
The Latrines Long cement seats with several holes Some had marble seats Were above a continuous flow of water Bathers used sponges attached to sticks to clean themselves
The Hypocaust The heating system Floor was raised from the ground with pillars Spaces in the wall for hot air to enter Hotter rooms were closest to the praefurnium, or the furnace
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