frigidarium

This was coldest room in the regular sequence of bathing rooms. From the hot rooms one would go into a colder room called the frigidarium. The main function of this room was to close the pores after sweating in the hot rooms, like the tepidarium or the caldarium. In the frigidarium one could expect to find a small plunge pool of cold water (puteus …...
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Frigidarium

A frigidarium is a large cold pool of Roman baths. It would be entered after the caldarium and the tepidarium, which were used to open the pores of the skin. The cold water would close the pores. There would be a small pool of cold water or sometimes a large swimming pool (though this, differently from the piscina natatoria, was usually covered). ...
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Frigidarium

• (n.) The cooling room of the Roman thermae, furnished with a cold bath.
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Frigidarium

(Latin) in a Roman bath, this was the cold room; a bath's patron would enter this room following their use of the calidarium; the cold pool of water into which the patron leapt was used to close open pores or to wash off sweat after visiting the palaestra, where male patrons lifted weights and wrestled or just hung out and played board games.
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Frigidarium

Frig'i·da`ri·um noun ; plural Frigidaria . [ Latin , neut. of frigidarium cooling.] The cooling room of the Roman thermæ, furnished with a cold bath.
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Frigidarium

cold bath room
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frigidarium

cold room in a bath-suite
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Frigidarium

Cold room in a bath-suite, normally a cold plunge pool
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