Baths (33 Subjects)
Scene in ancient Greek private bath. Costumes of ancient Greece.
Ancient Greek costumes, pilei (caps), footwear, pouch, key, case containing strigil, oil and other bath accessories.
Byzantine building in Iznik, possibly a bathhouse, called “Gypsy Palace” because it was inhabited by gypsies.
Entrnace to the baths of Livia in Rome.
Interior of the baths of Livia.
Baths of Titus.
Interior of the Baths of Titus.
Baths of Diocletian in Rome.
Hall in the baths of Caracalla.
The baths of Caracalla in Rome.
Remains of the Thermae of Herodes Atticus in Alexandria Troas (today Eski Stambul).
Entrance to Roman baths at Myra (today Demre).
Plan of the Mausoleum of Lucius Munatius Plancus in Gaeta, in Italy. Plan of buildings in the ancient city of Augusta Raurica (today Augst) in Switzerland (D, C). Plan of public baths in Rome.
View of the roman baths of Varius in Ephesus, Asia Minor.
Roman baths at Ephesus, probably the Roman baths of Varius in Selçuk, near ancient Ephesus.
Entrance to the Cave of San Calogero (also known as thermal springs of San Calogero) on Mount San Calogero near Sciacca, Sicily.
View of the thermal springs on Mount San Calogero near Sciacca, Sicily. View of the thermal springs complex.
View of Tata castle, Hungary. In the foreground, Ottomans in retreat.
Cossacks of Novocherkassk enjoying their bath in the Don during the flood season.
Scene at a bath, Istanbul.
Reception of a caravan comprised of officials on a pilgrimage at a convent in Jerusalem.
40, 41. Water-powered hoist. 42. Hot bath (sauna) which the author studied in Essen, Germany. 44. The Town Hall of Hilldesheim, Germany. 45. House in Hanover, Germany. 46. Headwear typically worn by the women of Hanover.
1. Section and plan of the Roman theatre at the sanctuary of Artemis Orthia at Sparta. 3-6. Plans of the Roman baths of Sparta.
1. The ancient theatre of Argos. (C) shows the Serapeum, later Thermae. 2. Remains of the Roman baths. 3. Plan of Roman square building (monument M).
1. Section of the ancient theatre of Argos. 2, 3, 4. Section of parts of the Serapeum (later Roman Thermae), Argos. 5, 6, 7. Parts of the ancient walls of Larissa acropolis, Argos.
Remains at the Thermae of Herodes Atticus, Alexandria Troas.
Turkish woman dressed to go to the baths.
Landscape at Çekirge, near the baths of Eski Kaplica.
Baths of Yeni Kaplica, Bursa.
The baths of Bursa.