Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series Number Thirty-Seven
Proceedings of the First International Conference on Roman Baths Held at Bath, England March 30Th-April 4th 1992
151 s, s/b resimler, İngilizce.
- J. DeLaine and D. E. Johnston / Preface and acknowledgements
- J. DeLaine / Bathing and society
QUESTIONS OF EVIDENCE
- J. J. Wilkes / Approaching Roman baths
- G. G. Fagan / Interpreting the evidence: Did slaves bathe at the baths?
BATHS AND CULTURAL ACCOMMODATION
- I. Nielsen / Early provincial baths and their relations to early Italic baths
- E. Netzer / Herodian bath-houses
- A. Farrington / The introduction and spread of Roman bathing in Greece
PROVIDING THE BATHS
- J. DeLaine / Benefactions and urban renewal: bath buildings in Roman Italy
- C. Bruun / Ownership of baths in Roman Italy and the evidence for lead pipe installations
- P. H. Blyth / The consumption and cost of fuel in hypocaust baths
THE CULT OF THE BODY
- N. Zajac / The thermae: a policy of public health or personal legitimation?
- R. Jackson / Spas, waters and hydrotherapy in the Roman world
- E. Dvorjetski / Social and cultural aspects of medicinal baths in Israel according to Rabbinic sources
- R. Nenova-Merdjanova / Roman bronze vessels as part of instrumentum balnei
SURVIVAL AND MEMORY
- P. Arthur / The 'Byzantine' baths at Santa Chiara, Naples
- R. J. Clark/ Peter of Eboli and the Roman Baths of Puteoli