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First, they did exercises outside in the palaestra, such as:
Transcript of First, they did exercises outside in the palaestra, such as:
Second, they went into the steam room;
Next, they soaked in the hot room;
Then they relaxed in the warm room;
Lastly, they jumped into the cold pool.
he Romans did not have soap, but used olive oil instead. They would lie on a marble slab in the warm room whilst a slave rubbed it into their skin. They then used a metal strigil to scrape off the: dirt, sweat and oil.
Aquae Sulis was the Roman name for Bath. It means 'the waters of the goddess Sulis'. The Romans built a large bath house there between 60 and 70AD so they could swim in the hot, 'healing' spring water which came up from the ground.