Roman bath uncovered in ancient Metropolis

Published on November 18th, 2011 | by Admin


A Roman bath which dates back to the 2nd century B.C. has been unearthed in the ancient city of Metropolis in western Turkey.

“This year we have discovered new buildings in Metropolis,” said Aybek, adding that one of these structures was a 100-square-meter Roman bath.

The bath is covered with mosaics and is rectangular, Aybek said, adding that it included a sports area.

“The new Roman bath unearthed this year is smaller than the other baths in Metropolis,” Aybek said. “Next year, we will focus on these areas.”

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One Response to Roman bath uncovered in ancient Metropolis

  1. She says:

    Are these baths where gay men diddled little boys? Or was that in Greece?

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