Ankara Roman Bath was built by the Roman Emperor Caracalla

Roman Bath in Ankara, Ulus Square and Yildirim Beyazit Square Çankırı Street stretching takes place, 3 century Roman emperor Caracalla, son of Septimius Severus in the name of Asclepius was the God of Health. Today, a mound of this platform is called the Roman Baths, the top Roman Period (Partially Byzantine and Seljuk layers) , it was found under the ruins of the Phrygian Age settlement.
Beneath the mound of stone ruins are very well protected, can be determined by the structure plan. According to this structure appeared to be a provincial city by the standards of the Imperial bath too.

Hammam 80 x 130 m. size, made of stone and brick. Çankırı Street entrance, with the remains of a portico with columns, surrounded by a wide area of ​​physical education and wrestling to the ground and entered the so-called Palaestra. This section of the columns on the right side of the road and round the four corners, there are many written column.

Phirigidarium just behind the playing field (cold) part, sitting at the edges of the steps to the left in the piscina (swimming pool) and apoditarium (changing location), to the right column made of round pieces of tuğludan is located in the cold. Ranked second in the tepidarium (warmth) is located at the parts of the round brick columns. Bathing rooms bulunmaktaymış on these columns. Caldarium (temperature) is part of the bathhouse is located at the rear, there are 12 units a boiler room.

Warm and hot parts of the other sections of Ankara, the larger reason for being connected to a very cold winter conditions. They wander freely around the hot air from the furnace of brick columns and above is supported by an underground heating system in this manner ısınırlardı rooms.

VII. The building, which was severely damaged by a fire in his century, during excavations uncovered coins, with nearly five hundred year period is used and understood that from time to time repaired.

Archeological excavations carried out between 1938-1943 by the Turkish Historical Society, baths, dressing and bathing in the bottom of the furnace parts and service roads have been excavated.

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