Come and Discover:
You thought tubs were for soaking?
Livia Galante explains that in Rome, spas not only offered exotic beauty treatments, but also held business meetings, social gatherings and the odd plot to overthrow the government!
Dip into this unique topic, and soak up the master's knowledge.
This Lecture will take you through the second largest thermal complex of Rome, the Baths of Caracalla, built at the beginning of the III Century CE: its outstanding ruins are still today an important landmark near the Circus Maximus and the Palatine Hill.
Livia will help you understand the amazing hydraulic engineering that allowed this enormous complex to work, how the water was heated and distributed to the pools. We will ideally follow a Roman citizen in his daily routine in this extraordinary facility”.
The lecture will last an hour with 20 minutes of Q&A at the end.
When you purchase the web lecture you will be redirected to the curriculum, and you will then be given a link to a zoom meeting where you will be able to meet the Master'.
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