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by Archaeology Newsroom

The public baths

The public baths, excavated in the south sector of the town, are an impressive group of buildings of the year 200 AD.: Shops and workshops, public lavatories, a court for gymnastics, a small roofed theater ( = odeum), bathing areas, recreation rooms and a chamber dedicated to the cult of Asclepius. A unique group of sculptures representing the whole family of Asclepius was found in it.