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... baths in Pompeii. A large swimming pool on the left and to the right are the male and female baths, separated by the stoves for heating the water. Each with its own plunge pools (hot and cold), a changing room with racks for clothing, a warm bath, and a hot bath heated by a furrnis and air-ducts in the floor and walls. Gladiators trained in the central area (gymnasium), which was also part of the Stabian complex.
The Roman Theatre's
The Teatro Grande ...
... stop for the day is the Basilica of St. Clement, built in the mid twelfth century. Good ROS. You then go down stairs to the level under the Basilica to where the mid 4th to 5th century church was built using the upper level of the first century Roman building and house. Some frescoes survive in the church dating from 9th to 11th centuries. On the level under that is the first century building, possibly a mint and was also the seat of an Eastern cult of the god Mithras. It ...
Tuesday, July 15th
Yesterday (Monday) I got up early and did a little shopping before class. I found the cutest little coffee bar and got a cappuccino with a beautiful design and croissant. I was able to speak only Italian to them as I ordered and paid so I felt pretty cultured.
Later, my art and culture class visited St. Peter's Basilica. It was a great experience to go with my teacher because she knows so much information about every little thing. I have ...
... disappointment. The fountain is closed for restoration! Metal gates surround the statues of horses and men. There is a small pool of water where you can still toss your coins, so we give the kids a coin or two to see if they will be returning. I think all of them will.
The day was long and we are exhausted, so after a gelato, we head back and turn in for the day. Tomorrow we visit the relics of the past empire!
... and monuments for the people. With much of the Roman Forum still to be discovered, and some of it intentionally paved over (thank you Mussolini), it is very hard to get a feel for how expansive the complex was.
For the rest of the week I showed Bryce some Papal order Basilicas, other churches I thought were pretty, climbed the dome of St. Peter's (since we missed that on the day we went to the museums), climbed to the ...
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