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Viajar con el Arte: La basílica de Santo Stefano Rotondo en Roma

Viajar con el Arte: La basílica de Santo Stefano Rotondo en Roma

Roman Shops in the Trajan's Forum. This picture shows the stalls used for Roman shops. Trajan's Forum. 2011. Euratlas. Euratlas-Nussli. Web. 27 Sept. 2011.

Roman Shops in the Trajan's Forum. This picture shows the stalls used for Roman shops. Trajan's Forum. 2011. Euratlas. Euratlas-Nussli. Web. 27 Sept. 2011.

Catacumbas romanas, cementerios milenarios, Sant'Agnese Fuori le Mura

Catacumbas romanas, cementerios milenarios, Santa Inés

Catacumbas romanas, cementerios milenarios, Sant'Agnese Fuori le Mura

Elevation of an restored Etruscan Temple Showing doors, columns and carved figures

Elevation of an restored Etruscan Temple Showing doors, columns and carved figures

The Roman Emperor Caracalla built baths (thermae [see Bath Terms]) for the public on a grand scale. The bath complex known as Thermae Antoninianae (Latin for the Baths of Caracalla), built between A.D. 212 and 216 (although the porticoes were completed later), covered about 13 hectares and could probably accommodate 1,600 bathers. It was built on a man-made terrace near the Via Appia 'Appian Way'.

At Thermae Bath Spa Sink Into Hot Springs Enjoyed by the Romans

The Roman Emperor Caracalla built baths (thermae [see Bath Terms]) for the public on a grand scale. The bath complex known as Thermae Antoninianae (Latin for the Baths of Caracalla), built between A.D. 212 and 216 (although the porticoes were completed later), covered about 13 hectares and could probably accommodate 1,600 bathers. It was built on a man-made terrace near the Via Appia 'Appian Way'.

Sardis (Turkey): Roman Baths at Sardis (Turkey)

What Major Thoroughfare Did Darius the Great Use to Conquer the World?

Sardis (Turkey): Roman Baths at Sardis (Turkey)

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