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Plan of the Old Baths at Pompeii.

A — atrium
B — apodyterium (room for undressing)
C — frigidarium (cool bath)
D — tepidarium (warm room)
E — caldarium (hot bath)
F — thermal chamber
G — women's tepidarium
H — women's apodyterium
J — women's cold bath
K — the servants' atrium
M — chamber for fornacatores (persons in charge of the fires)

a, a2, a3 — entrances to men's baths
b — entrance to women's baths
c, c2 — entrances to furnace rooms
d — circular furnace
e — passages
f — probably an oecus or exedra
g — portico
h — walls
i — small room
m — small vestibule
q — passage to the furnace room
r — mouth of the furnace
x — water closet (latrina)

Date 1898
Source Harry Thurston Peck, Harpers Dictionary of Classical Antiquities.
Author Overbeck


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