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View looking north at the Roman Bath at Isthmia. This structure was built in the second century A.D. and continued in use until the late fourth century.
It included all the usual features of a Roman Bath: dressing room (apodyterium), cold room (frigidarium), tepid room (tepidarium), and hot room (caldarium).
For a brief description of Isthmia and a map Click Here.