Roman thermae (15 Subjects)
View of the Gulf of Baiae near Pozzuoli in Campania, with the Roman baths formerly thought to be a temple of Venus, and the Aragonese castle.
Section and details of the aqueduct of Caracalla, which supplied the homonymous thermae.
Interior of the Thermae of Titus, Rome.
Plan of the Thermae of Titus, Rome.
Remains of the Thermae of Titus, Rome.
View of the Thermae of Diocletian, Rome.
Plan and section of the Thermae of Caracalla, Rome.
Plan of the thermae of Diocletian in Rome.
View of the thermae of Caracalla.
Remains of the central hall of the Thermae of Diocletian in Rome. A large part of construction material of the hall was used to build the palace of Pope Sixtus V on Esquiline hill.
Remains of the thermae of Diocletian, Rome.
Remains of the thermae of Diocletian as they are today.
Remains of Hadrian's private baths or Heliocaminus at his Villa at Tivoli.