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View of a model of the Roman Bath that is located on the northern end of Masada—just south of the Northern Palace.
The bath, built by Herod the Great, had all the typical amenities: a courtyard, dressing (undressing) room, cold pool, tepid room, and hot room.
This bath was built out in the "middle of nowhere" where the rainfall is about 2 inches per year! Wherever Herod went, he wanted to live in luxury!