Leptis Magna, Libya
ruins of the baths
The arrival of water and marble in
Leptis early in the 2nd century BC prompted the Emperor Hadrian
to commission the baths bearing his name, which became one of the social hubs of the city.
raised floor which was heated by under lying hot gas channels
its construction detail
(Entrance hall and swimming pool)
a Roman citizen
is this the sign for a Doctor's Office?
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