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Bathing in the Roman world

Fikret K. YegГјl

Bathing in the Roman world

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bathing customs -- Rome,
  • Water-use -- Social aspects -- Rome,
  • Hygiene -- Rome,
  • Public baths -- Rome,
  • Baths, Roman,
  • Rome -- Social life and customs,
  • Rome -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementFikret Yegul.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGT2846.R66 Y44 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23202756M
    ISBN 109780521549622
    LC Control Number2009013710


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Despite the disapproval of the morally superior, the popularity of the baths endured for over a millennium and spread to every corner of the Roman world. This book is the first to study the Roman public bathing experience primarily as a historical, social, and cultural phenomenon rather than a technological or architectural one/5(3).

Mar 05,  · In Bathing in the Roman World, Fikret Yegul examines the social and cultural aspects of one of the key Roman institutions. Guiding the reader through the customs, rituals, and activities associated with public bathing, Yegul traces the origins and development of baths and bathing customs and analyzes the sophisticated technology and architecture of bath complexes, which were among the 5/5(1).

Nov 09,  · Bathing in Public in the Roman World [Garrett G. Fagan] on memoriesbythesmile.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. For Romans, bathing was a social event. Public baths, in fact, were one of the few places where large numbers of Romans gathered daily Cited by: - Bathing in the Roman World by Yegül, Fikret.

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The book is the first to study the Roman public bathing experience primarily as a historical, social & cultural phenomenon rather than a technological or architectural one. As a result, many issues are developed here that have to date been addressed only superficially.

Fagan reconstructs what a trip to a Roman bath was like. Bathing in Public in the Roman World book. Read 4 reviews from the Bathing in the Roman world book.

The title is a little misleading, because it's not so much about the practice of bathing as it is about the functions of bathhouses in the Roman world. That's a fine distinction but one I would point out.

This is a very useful book with great practical applications of /5. conceived book on bathing in the Roman world, the fascination with the subject was too great to refuse.

I wanted to abandon baths but baths did not want to abandon me. I think I was also fascinated because contrary to my previous studies this work was not about the.

JRA Suppl. 25 [Portsmouth, R.I. ]), and Fagan (Bathing in the Roman World [Ann Arbor ]) marked a period of renewed interest in the s along with Yegül’s Baths and Bathing in Classical Antiquity (Cambridge, Mass. ), which remains unparalleled in achievement. Jun 28,  · In Bathing in the Roman World, Fikret Yegul examines the social and cultural aspects of one of the key Roman institutions.

Guiding the reader through the customs, rituals, and activities associated with public bathing, Yegul traces the origins and development of baths and bathing customs and analyzes the sophisticated technology and architecture of bath complexes, which were among the /5(4).

Despite the disapproval of the morally superior, the popularity of the baths endured for over a millennium and spread to every corner of the Roman world. This book is the first to study the Roman public bathing experience primarily as a historical, social, and cultural phenomenon rather than a technological or architectural one.

Garrett G Fagan, a professor at Pennsylvania State University, described public bathing as a "social event" for the Romans in his book Bathing in Public in the Roman World.

He also states that "In Western Europe only the Finns still practice a truly public bathing habit." Modern public bathing. Bathing in Public in the Roman World by Fagan, the popularity of the baths endured for over a millennium and spread to every corner of the Roman world.

This book is the first to study the Roman public bathing experience primarily as a historical, social, and cultural phenomenon rather than a technological or architectural one.

May 07,  · This book is the first to study the Roman public bathing experience primarily as a historical, social, and cultural phenomenon rather than a technological or architectural one. As a result, many issues are developed here that have to date been addressed only superficially.

Fagan reconstructs what a trip to a Roman bath was memoriesbythesmile.coms: 4. Feb 16,  · A more general book on baths and bathing - FIKRET YEGÜL, BATHING IN THE ROMAN WORLD (Cambridge University Press). xiii +figs. ISBN $ (paperback). - Volume 23 - Werner HeinzAuthor: Werner Heinz. Search Tips. Phrase Searching You can use double quotes to search for a series of words in a particular order.

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Jan 06,  · Do you want to remove all your recent searches. All recent searches will be deleted. Celsus, who wrote one of the best sources concerning medical knowledge in the Roman world, while commending bathing’s therapeutic virtues, warns not to go to the baths with a fresh wound, because of the risk of memoriesbythesmile.com objections of the philosopher Seneca were more about the associated noise that interrupted his work when he lived above.

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Fikret Yegül is one of the world’s leading experts on Roman baths. His study, Baths and Bathing in Classical Antiquity, remains fundamental, and his numerous articles and chapters on the subject brim with erudition and insight.

This new book offers a look at. Garrett G. Fagan (15 January - 11 March ) was an Irish American historian and writer known for his research in the various areas of Roman history, as well as his critique of pseudoarchaeology. Fagan was born in Dublin, Ireland and studied ancient history at Trinity College.

He obtained a PhD from McMaster University, memoriesbythesmile.comity control: ISNI:. In Bathing in the Roman World, Fikret Yegul examines the social and cultural aspects of one of the key Roman institutions.

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Bathing in Public in the Roman World By Garrett G. Fagan, pgs Evidence presented seems scant, but does list a few occurrences of slaves using the baths. Again these .