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thermae
baths
ibant
used to go
oleum
oil
strigiles
strigils, scarpers
ferebant
used to carry
athletas
athletes
pugiles
boxers
in palaestra
in the exercise room
se exercenbant
they were exercising
discos emittebant
they were throwing discuses
invenerunt
found
apodyterium
changing room
togas
togas
tepidarium
warm room
paulisper
for a short time
caldarium
hot room
ibi
there
garriebant
gossiped
radebant
scraped
statuas
statues
posuerunt
have put up
porticus
colomnade
offerebant
were offering
in media
in the middle of
novum
new
longe
far
per auras evolavit
flew through the air
rediit
went back
non accepit
did not accept
tradidit
handed over
nasum fractum
a broken nose
mane
in the morning
domina
madaam, ma'am
donum
present, gift
hae togae
these togas
sordidae
dirty
intus
inside
alias
other
elegit
chose
haec
this
quanti est?
how much is it?
quinquaginta denarios
fifty denarii
cupio
want
tibi
to you
decem
ten
quadraginta
forty
quindecim
fifteen
nimium
too much
triginta
thirty
do
give
consentio
agree
ago...gratias...ago
thanks, give thanks
induit
is putting on
abi!
Go away!
pauper
a poor man
geris
you are wearing
parce!
spare me!
aegra
sick, ill
liberos
children
audiunt
listen to
ego
I (nomnitive)
mihi
I (dative)
me
I (accusative)
tu
you (nomnitive)
te
you (accusative)
When did Caecilius go to the baths?
middle of the afternoon
Who did Caecilius go to the baths with?
with a group of friends
Why were Pompeians always at the baths?
The Majority did not have baths at home and they needed to keep clean
What could one do at the public baths?
exercise, meet friends, have a snack
Who did Caeclius pay at the entrance?
the ostiarius (doorkeeper)
where in the baths did one go first?
the Palaestra (exercise room)
Describe the Palaestra
open space surrounded by a colonnade. It was much like a large peristylium.
Besides talking, what other things did one do in the palaestra?
exercise by taking part in activities such as: throwing a ball from one to another, wrestling, an d fencing with wooden swords.
Where did one go after the perystylium by following a passage?
The Apodyterium
Describe the apodyterium
It was the changing room. Here, the people undressed and handed their clotehs to slave attendants who placed them in recesses arranged along the walls in rows.
From the apodyterium, where did an arched doorway lead to?
The tepidarium
Describe the tepidarium
A warm room where people spend a little time sitting on benches around a wall in a warm, steamy atmosphere, perspiring gently and preparing for highter temperatures in the next room.
After the tepidarium, where did one go?
To the Caldarium
Describe the caldarium
At one end, there was a large, rectangualr shaped bath that stretched across the full width of the room and was filled with hot water in which one sat or wallowed.
How were the Roman's cleaned while in the caldarium
After soaking in the bath, s slave is summoned to run olive oil from a little pot onto the body. The person lies on a marble slab while oil is worked into the skin and then dirt is removed with a scraper.