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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_Roman_bathing

Bathing played a major part in ancient Roman culture and society. Bathing was one of the most ... Such was the importance of baths to Romans that a catalogue of buildings in Rome from 354 AD documented ... Roman bathhouses often contained a courtyard, or Palaestra, which was an open-air garden used for exercise.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palaestra

The palaestra was the ancient Greek wrestling school. The events that did not require a lot of ... to, a bath. When the Arabs and the Turkish adopted the tradition of the Roman baths, they did not continue the tradition of the attached palaestra.

www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/lostempires/roman/palaestra.html

Palaestra Before stepping into a series of baths, you and other ... It was done, instead, to maintain health, as was recommended by the Roman medical ...

www.historylearningsite.co.uk/ancient-rome/roman-baths

Roman baths were part of the day-to-day life in Ancient Rome. ... A large complex would also contain an exercise area (the palaestra), a swimming pool and a ...

www.crystalinks.com/romebaths.html

The layout of Roman baths contained other architectural features of note. ... Roman bathhouses often contained a courtyard, or Palaestra, which was an open-air ...

www.smie.co/html/ankara/roman_bath/roman_bath.shtml

The Roman Bath. In Ankara, very close to the city's old center, the Ulus Square, there is a bath built during the reign of the Roman Emperor Caracalla (211 - 217  ...

www.dl.ket.org/latin2/mores/baths/history/page03.htm

There was no set order in using the baths...very un roman it seems. ... tepidarium after the laconicum. or perhaps run over to the palaestra for a few quick games ...

www.vroma.org/~bmcmanus/baths.html

A modern scholar, Fikret Yegül, sums up the significance of Roman baths in the ... The large central courtyard was the exercise ground (palaestra); it was ...

www.vroma.org/~bmcmanus/donovan2.html

In order to really understand what the Ancient Roman baths were like, let's compare ... in the large courtyard in the center of the bath house called the palaestra.

penelope.uchicago.edu/~grout/encyclopaedia_romana/romanurbs/baths.html

Characteristically Roman, the thermae were an important part of social life, where ... in the palaestra and from there to a sauna to induce an even greater sweat.