Tepidarium in Pompeian baths | akg / Bildarchiv Steffens
Tepidarium of the men’s baths (built I century BCE) in Forum Baths. Located in Pompeii.
Tepidarium was a room heated in Roman baths with the so-called hypocaustum – warm air under the floor. In this room there was a swimming pool with hot water. It was a place of rest.
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