The Baths of Ancient Rome Vocabulary
aqueduct = a channel used for transporting water from a remote source
communal = belonging or relating to the people of a community
courtyard = an open space surrounded by buildings or walls, adjoining or within a large building
opulent = extravagant; lavish
sauna = a steam bath in which the steam is usually produced by pouring water over heated rocks
tablet = a thin sheet, such as of clay or ivory, used as a writing surface
toga = a loose, one-piece outer garment worn in public by Roman citizens
vendor = one who sells goods
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