Tepidarium


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Tepidarium

Room of moderate heat in a Roman bath.

tepidarium

In ancient Roman baths, a room of moderately warm temperature.
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Hypothesizing thus, Op Oloop returned to the tepidarium in order to shower and then get soaped up.
Rook gave 29 lbs (13 kg) of wood per hour for the whole Welwyn Villa Baths with the caldarium at 158[degrees]F (70[degrees]C) and the tepidarium at 131[degrees]F (55[degrees]C) but over an area of only 161 [ft.
On that occasion the artist used the Tepidarium, an extraordinarily beautiful greenhouse from 1880 that stands in the Tuscan capital's Giardino dell'Orticoltura.
Modern equivalents of the tepidarium, caldarium and frigidarium are there, but so is a place in which water full of little bubbles fizzes upwards around you.
It was built from plans based on the Tepidarium of the Baths of Caracalla in Rome.
A whirlpool bath provides extended relaxation and a Tepidarium, a high humidity salt chamber, and Kneipp Bath, a pool of knee-high cold water lined with round pebbles, are available for treating specific aliments.
Rockliffe Hall's spa includes a 20metre leisure pool, a thermal bathing suite with a tepidarium, caldarium, roman and heat saunas, tropicarium, hydropool, ice fountain and sound wave therapy beds.
Owners have the opportunity to relax in superb holiday homes, along with the use of the multi purpose Spa comprising of a tepidarium, sauna, steam room, salt chamber, rasul room, igloo and indoor swimming pool with hydrotherapy jets.
The hotel's relaxing Spa & Thermal Suite offers organic treatments and heated tepidarium loungers with stunning waterside views.
And all around the pool are doors which lead to a little slice of tranquility in the form of saunas offering different kinds of heat and experience, from the medium relaxation of the tepidarium with its warming beds, to the intense heat of the caladarium or the woody smells of a Roman Spa.
The relaxation rooms included an Edwardian traditional sauna complete with wooden benches, a eucalyptus steam room, where you could sit in your own alcove and be soothed by the presence of quartz crystals and the scent of eucalyptus, a tepidarium where you could lie back on heated ceramic recliners (all the rage in spas at the moment) and watch the twinkling ceiling lights change colour, laconium, which had more heated ceramic recliners and was essentially a sauna mild enough for even pregnant women to use.
El edificio rural de Ca l'Arnau-C'an Mateu (Cabrera del Mar, Barcelona) ha proporcionado los arranques de tres labra, procedentes respectivamente del apodyterium, tepidarium y caldarium (Martin, 2000: 158; 2004: 387-389).