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It leaves on the right the great Thermae of Constantine, of which the Austrians have cleared out the south-east part.
Ruins of the thermae of Caracalla and of Titus are still standing.
ROMEMILDRED ANNA ROSALIE TUKER
One (Maxentius) is entirely a vaulted structure and in form resembles the great halls of the Roman Thermae.
Within the town are remains of thermae on the north of the Via Appia and of a theatre opposite, on the south.
In the great Roman thermae (baths) they were of large size, and like apses were covered with a hemispherical vault.
Where would be the beauty of our Thermae, if those softest waters were not supplied to them?
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In the plain below are large thermae, and ruins of a splendid aqueduct.
The public baths and thermae were under the more immediate superintendence of the aediles.
The arrangements of the thermae were mainly those of the balneae on a larger scale.
In the largest of the thermae there was a stadium for the games of the young men, with raised seats for the spectators.

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