Thermae (disambiguation)

Thermae may refer to:

*Thermae, the building that housed ancient Roman public baths
*Termini Imerese, Thermae Himerenses or Thermae Himeraeae, in ancient Sicily
*Thermae Bath Spa, a modern spa built next to the Roman Baths in Bath, England
*Thermae Selinuntiae or Thermae Selinuntinae, was the classical name of Sciacca in ancient Sicily


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