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The Thermae Maiores Baths were part of the 2nd century legionary fortress that was discovered during the first excavations in Aquincum in 1778.
The Thermae Maiores Baths were part of the 2nd century legionary fortress that was discovered during the first excavations in Aquincum in 1778. Typical of Roman baths, it featured a palaestra (gymnastics hall), laconicum (sweat rooms) and tepidarium and frigidarium (hot and cold pools).
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