published on 09 May 2012
The Bath (last third of the 4th century BCE) was used for washing and bathing by athletes (and possibly also spectators) during the games. A large central pool - waist deep - is flanked by two tub rooms with wash basins. The building seems to be a pre-cursor of the later gymnasion or palaistra.
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