What Was the Roman Name for Bath?

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Romans lived in Rome, which is a city in the centre of Rome. Rome is said to have been founded by Romulus, who together with his brother Remus, were sons of the God Mars. The Romans had different names for cities and the City of Bath was and is still known as Aquae Sulis/ Aquae Calidae.
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The Roman name for bath was balineum. However, you may also be referring to the Roman town known as Bath which was called Aquae Sulis. The latter was a town where an impressive bath-house, built around hot springs, was established.
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