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Baths of Caracalla, Rome

RIBA10202
SOURCE: Giovanni Battista Piranesi. Vedute di Roma (Rome, 1765), pl. 76 NOTES: See also RIBA125910 for a view of the central hall from this work.

Passmore Edwards Public Library, baths and washouses, Hoxton, Shoreditch, London

RIBA10901
Hare, Henry Thomas (1861-1921)
SOURCE: Hermann Muthesius. Die Englische Baukunst der Gegenwart (Leipzig: Cosmos, 1900), pl. 23

Passmore Edwards Public Library, baths and washouses, Hoxton, Shoreditch, London: close-up of the baths' entrance

RIBA10902
Hare, Henry Thomas (1861-1921)
SOURCE: Hermann Muthesius. Die Englische Baukunst der Gegenwart (Leipzig: Cosmos, 1900), pl. 124

Design for the Oriental Baths, Cookridge Street, Leeds

RIBA12126
Brodrick, Cuthbert (1822-1905)

Mosaic detail from the Roman baths, Olympia

RIBA16157
SOURCE: Ernst Curtius and Friedrich Adler. Olympia, vol. 2 (Berlin, 1896), pl. CVII

Conjectural reconstruction of the Baths of Diocletian, Rome

RIBA16222
SOURCE: Fischer von Erlach. Entwurff einer historischen Architectur (Leipzig, 1725), book 2, pl. IX

Roman baths, Wroxeter

RIBA16435
SOURCE: Thomas Telford. Life of Thomas Telford, civil engineer, written by himself (London, 1838), plates vol., pl. III

Baths and washhouses, Bilston, Wolverhampton, West Midlands

RIBA16714
Ashpitel & Whichcord
SOURCE: Builder, vol. 10, 1852 Sept. 18, p. 597

St Giles in the Fields and St George Bloomsbury public baths and washhouses, London

RIBA16716
Baly & Pownall
SOURCE: Builder, vol. 11, 1853 July 23, p. 473

Competition design for a small public baths for the Building News Designing Club

RIBA16874
Holden, Charles Henry (1875-1960)
SOURCE: Building News, vol. 70, 1896 Jan. 31, p. 185

Imperial Villa (known as the Terme di Baia), Baia: Tempio di Mercurio

RIBA16970
SOURCE: Paolo Antonio Paoli, Avanzi delle antichita esistenti a Pozzuoli Cuma e Baja (Naples: 1768), pl. 54 NOTES: The ruins of the Terme di Baia represent the remains of a Roman imperial palace (1st century BC-3rd century AD) where the so-called Tempio di Mercurio formed part of the baths. Its dome is thought to be the oldest example of a large-scale dome, pre-dating the Pantheon.

Imperial Villa (known as the Terme di Baia), Baia: two large vaulted spaces forming part of the thermal complex

RIBA16971
SOURCE: Paolo Antonio Paoli, Avanzi delle antichita esistenti a Pozzuoli Cuma e Baja (Naples: 1768), pl. 55 NOTES: The ruins of the Terme di Baia represent the remains of a Roman imperial palace (1st century BC-3rd century AD).
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