Saturday, June 15, 2024

A Roman bath that has been in continual use since the 1st Century

The narrator kind of drones on a bit, but this is pretty amazing - a Roman bath that has been used continually for almost 2000 years.


talnik said...

Have they changed the water? Imagine how many people have peed in it over the years.

Old NFO said...

Hot springs work for these old bones...sigh But that's a 'tad' far to go.

libertyman said...

So, a long flight, bus ride and drive from anywhere, and hard to get to today , yet the Romans built this place a couple of thousand years ago, with horse drawn wagons.They must have been very good at logistics.

"Hey Marcus, when are those ceramic tiles from Rome coming in?"

"Let me check and I'll get back to you.I am still waiting on the frescoes we ordered last year."

All this while speaking Latin. Kind of amazing when you think about it.

Richard said...

I have seen a bridge built by the Romans still used for heavy traffic and an aqueduct still delivering water.

I think stupid Captcha is going to last that long.

matism said...

But Richard, my bet is that none of those were done by DEI.