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Les Thermes Stabiens
Naples
Il s'agit des thermes les plus anciens de Pompéi. Ils sont situés entre la rue de Stabies et la rue de l'Abondance. Ils comprennent une section pour les femmes et une pour les hommes, opposées et sans communication entre elles. Au centre des deux, le praefurnium chauffait l'une et l'autre partie. Des décorations en stuc polychrome sont encore visibles.
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