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Roman baths dating to the bc times

First urban area discovered in the old town of Antequera during the excavations of the years 1988-1991, which proved the existence of a public bath complex, whose construction was from the BC, undergoing a major refurbishment 2 centuries after. They were in use until the 7th century AD, and by the 16th century it was superimposed into a neighborhood of the city. The baths have different types, among which polychrome mosaic with a central medallion representing the ocean god Oceanus.
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Antikaria

They are located in a large gap at the foot of the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, were discovered in the summer of 1988 and lasted until 1991 excavations. It is a thermal resort whose buildings can be dated around the middle of the first century AD The excavations also found a large polychrome mosaic from the third century. Besides its monumental value, has an added value, the fact that confirms the existence of an urban settlement, which had been seen only by written sources Antikaria settlement. At present, it is quite messy, you can visit and there are many traces of dirt and grime.

Antikaria

Están situadas en un gran desnivel a los pies de la Colegiata de Santa María la Mayor, fueron descubiertas en el verano de 1988 y las excavaciones duraron hasta 1991. Es un complejo termal cuyas edificaciones de pueden fechar en torno a la mitad del siglo I d.C. En las excavaciones también se ha encontrado un gran mosaico policromado, del siglo III. Además de su valor monumental, tiene un valor añadido, el hecho de que se confirma la existencia de un asentamiento urbano, del cual sólo se tenía noticias por fuentes escritas, el asentamiento de Antikaria. En la actualidad, está bastante descuidado, no se puede visitar y hay bastantes restos de basura y suciedad.
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Spa complex roman times.

This resort is located at the foot of the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria, inside the Alcazaba, and was discovered recently little. It stresses in this building a large polychrome mosaic with a picture in the center.

Complejo termal de la época romana.

Este complejo se encuentra a los pies de la Colegiata de Santa María, dentro de la Alcazaba, y fue descubierto en época reciente. Destaca en esta construcción un gran mosaico policromado con una imagen en su centro.
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The baths are not in the square high ...

The baths are not in the Square High altitude but on the side. Their importance lies in the fact that they are a historical record of a Roman settlement in Antequera, probably "Antikaria." Are rather modest because they had public service, dated in the middle of the first century BC The best choice is to reach the Piazza Alta, where you can observe from the thermal baths. There you can find an explanatory panel, although it is possible to use the municipal guda for further information. The site is divided into two parts: the left area, which is located at the level of crepedine and close to Santa Maria, where they keep most of the walls. Going down to the archaeological site you can approach the area of ​​Santa Maria, however, only be accessed with permission. A good place to do this is the Tourist Office, located in the Plaza of San Sebastian, right at the beginning of the climb that leads to the monumental area. E 'difficult to get an idea of ​​the operation of the baths, as part of the complex has not yet been excavated, although the most important rooms are visible. Significant is a mosaic of the third century with a drawing of a sea god.

Le terme non si trovano nella Piazza Alta ma sul dislivello laterale. La loro importanza sta nel fatto che costituiscono una testimonianza storica di un insediamento romano a Antequera, probabilmente "Antikaria". Sono piuttosto modeste perché ebbero funzione pubblica, datate nella metà del I secolo a.C. La scelta migliore è quella di raggiungere la Piazza Alta, dove si possono osservare le terme dall'alto. Lì potrete trovare un pannello esplicativo, anche se è possibile ricorrere alla guda municipale per ricevere ulteriori informazioni. Il sito è diviso in due parti: la zona di sinistra, che si trova al livello della crepedine e nei pressi di Santa Maria, dove si conservano gran parte delle delle pareti. Scendendo verso il giacimento archeologico ci si può avvicinare alla zona di Santa Maria, però soltanto è possibile accedervi con previa autorizzazione. Un buon posto per farlo è l'Ufficio del Turismo, che si trova nella Piazza di San Sebastian, proprio all'inizio della salita che conduce alla zona monumentale. E' difficile farsi un'idea del funzionamento delle terme, dato che parte del complesso non è stato ancora scavato, sebbene le stanze più importanti sono visibili. Significativo è un mosaico di tessere del III secolo con un disegno di una divinità marina.
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Roman Baths Phone Number
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952702505
Roman Baths Address
Calle Villa de Enmedio, 1
Calle Villa de Enmedio, 1
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