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Baths of Diocletian (Thermae Diocletiani), Rome

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NOTES: These were the largest of the ancient Roman baths and now form part of the Museo Nazionale Romano.

Conjectural reconstruction of the Baths of Caracalla, Rome

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NOTES: This drawing, numbered VI/4 in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection, shows reconstructed facades and sections of the Baths of Caracalla. The baths were the largest thermae in the world when completed in 217 AD and could house 1600 people. They functioned for over 300 years.

Copy of Andrea Palladio's conjectural reconstruction drawings of the Baths of Nero, Rome: plan

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NOTES: Part of the Burlington Devonshire Collection, this drawing (copied from Palladio's conjectural reconstruction of the 1540s) was prepared for 'Fabbriche Antiche disegnate da Andrea Palladio Vicentino, e date in luce da Ricardo Conte di Burlington', (London, 1730), for Lord Burlington. The baths of Nero, built between 60 and 64 AD, were the second of the Imperial public baths in Rome. They were rebuilt in 227 by Alexander Severus and became known as the Thermae Alexandrinae.

Copies of Andrea Palladio's conjectural reconstruction drawings of the Baths of Nero, Rome: sections

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NOTES: Part of the Burlington Devonshire Collection, this drawing (copied by Isaac Ware from Palladio's conjectural reconstruction of the 1540s) was prepared for 'Fabbriche Antiche disegnate da Andrea Palladio Vicentino, e date in luce da Ricardo Conte di Burlington', (London, 1730), for Lord Burlington. The baths of Nero, built between 60 and 64 AD, were the second of the Imperial public baths in Rome. They were rebuilt in 227 by Alexander Severus and became known as the Thermae Alexandrinae.

Copy of Andrea Palladio's conjectural reconstruction drawings of the Baths of Agrippa, Rome: plan

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NOTES: Part of the Burlington Devonshire Collection, this drawing (copied from Palladio's conjectural reconstruction of the 1540s) was prepared for 'Fabbriche Antiche disegnate da Andrea Palladio Vicentino, e date in luce da Ricardo Conte di Burlington', (London, 1730), for Lord Burlington.

Copy of Andrea Palladio's conjectural reconstruction drawings of the Baths of Agrippa, Rome, prepared for Lord Burlington: elevation and sections

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NOTES: Part of the Burlington Devonshire Collection, this drawing (copied from Palladio's conjectural reconstruction of the 1540s) was prepared for 'Fabbriche Antiche disegnate da Andrea Palladio Vicentino, e date in luce da Ricardo Conte di Burlington', (London, 1730), for Lord Burlington.

Copy of Andrea Palladio's conjectural reconstruction drawings of the Baths of Diocletian, Rome: plan

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NOTES: Part of the Burlington Devonshire Collection, this drawing (copied from Palladio's conjectural reconstruction of the 1540s) was prepared for 'Fabbriche Antiche disegnate da Andrea Palladio Vicentino, e date in luce da Ricardo Conte di Burlington', (London, 1730), for Lord Burlington. The Baths of Diocletian, built between 298 and 306 AD, surpassed all others in extent and magnificence. They fell in to decay in 537 AD when the Goths destroyed the Aqua Marcia.

Copy of Andrea Palladio's conjectural reconstruction drawings of the Baths of Caracalla, Rome: elevation and sections

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NOTES: Part of the Burlington Devonshire Collection, this drawing (copied from Palladio's conjectural reconstruction of the 1540s) was prepared for 'Fabbriche Antiche disegnate da Andrea Palladio Vicentino, e date in luce da Ricardo Conte di Burlington', (London, 1730), for Lord Burlington. The Baths of Antonius Caracalla were the largest thermae in the world when completed in 217 AD and could house 1600 people. They were functional for over 300 years.

Copy of Andrea Palladio's conjectural reconstruction drawing of the Baths of Titus, Rome: plan

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NOTES: Part of the Burlington Devonshire Collection, this drawing (copied from Palladio's conjectural reconstruction of the 1540s) was prepared for 'Fabbriche Antiche disegnate da Andrea Palladio Vicentino, e date in luce da Ricardo Conte di Burlington', (London, 1730), for Lord Burlington. The Baths of Titus were built by Emperor Titus to celebrate the opening of the Colosseum in 80 AD.

Copy of Andrea Palladio's conjectural reconstruction drawings of the Baths of Titus, Rome: sections

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NOTES: Part of the Burlington Devonshire Collection, this drawing (copied from Palladio's conjectural reconstruction of the 1540s) was prepared for 'Fabbriche Antiche disegnate da Andrea Palladio Vicentino, e date in luce da Ricardo Conte di Burlington', (London, 1730), for Lord Burlington. The Baths of Titus were built by Emperor Titus to celebrate the opening of the Colosseum in 80 AD.

Drawing after a painting found in the Baths of Titus, Rome, showing a Roman bath complex featuring an underfloor hypocaust heating system

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NOTES: Part of the Burlington Devonshire Collection, this drawing is by an unidentified 17th century Italian draughtsman. Male bathers are shown relaxing in a series of bath treatment rooms including a Tepidarium, Frigidarium and Caldarium.
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