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Definition of the noun Caldarium

What does Caldarium mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: caldaria

  1. In Roman baths, the hottest room, with a plunge-pool. It preceded the tepidarium and frigidarium.
  2. In modern spas, a room with a hot floor.

Place

Caldarium: A caldarium was a room with a hot plunge bath, used in a Roman bath complex.

Phrases with Caldarium

  1. Nymphon Caldarium
  2. Cyanidium caldarium
  3. Scytonema Caldarium
  4. Tetrogmus Caldarium
  5. Treponema Caldarium
  6. Tetramorium caldarium
  7. Species Nymphon Caldarium
  8. species Cyanidium caldarium
  9. Species Scytonema Caldarium
  10. Species Tetrogmus Caldarium
  11. Species Treponema Caldarium
  12. species Tetramorium caldarium
  13. Form Protococcus Botryoides Caldarium

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Google previewEvolutionary Pathways and Enigmatic Algae (2012)

Cyanidium caldarium (Rhodophyta) and Related Cells by Joseph Seckbach

caldarium is a primitive red alga similar to Porphyridium aerugineum. The year 1972, also witnessed the publication of Seckbach's comprehensive review on the ...

Google previewRed Algae in the Genomic Age (2010)

by Joseph Seckbach, David J. Chapman

Introduction Cyanidium caldarium is a primitive, unicellular red alga found in acidic hot springs throughout the world (Allen, 1959; Doemel and Brock, 1971). The alga is an obligate autotroph and has a discrete nucleus, mitochondria and a ...

Google previewEnvironmental Waste Management (2016)

by Ram Chandra

Cyanidium caldarium is a thermophilic species but requires pure CO2 (Seckbach et al., 1971). Miyairi (1995) studied the growth characteristics of ...

Google previewBath, Old & New (1891)

A Handy Guide & a History by Robert Edward Myhill Peach

Caldarium is an apartment used ...

Google previewIssues in Life Sciences—Zoology: 2013 Edition (2013)

Among these, Tetramorium caldarium is a tramp species which extends its ...

Google previewThe Ants of Fiji (2012)

by Eli M. Sarnat, Evan P. Economo

Tetramorium caldarium is a small reddish ant with a square petiolar node, short propodeal spines, and short sparse pilosity. The species is nearly indistinguishable from T. simillimum, and accurate separation of these two species may require ...

Google previewInternational Review of Cytology (1998)

A Survey of Cell Biology

caldarium is a U-shaped structure at the middle stage and appears on the cytoplasmic side at the equatorial region of the dividing mitochondria. 8. When mitochondrial division progresses, the outer ...

Google previewRoman Architecture (2002)

by Frank Sear

great domed rotunda, one of the architectural triumphs of the Baths of Caracalla, the caldarium is a more routine rectangular cross-vaulted room with four semicircular apses. However the greatest splendour must have been the natatio, a huge ...

Google previewProfessional Beauty Therapy (2007)

The Official Guide to Level 3 by Lorraine Nordmann

The caldarium is a steam room that uses natural herbal essences to create an aromatic steam room. These when inhaled have a therapeutic effect. The hamman is a steam bath with a hot, moist aromatic atmosphere to purify and detox.

Google previewLevel 2 Beauty Therapy (2004)

by Jane Hiscock, Elaine Stoddart

The caldarium is a mild but effective means of relieving stress and helping regeneration. A caldarium Caldarium • Temperature: 42-45°C. • Moist environment (steam with natural herbal essences). • Cleanses the skin and respiratorv tract; ...

Google previewThe Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites (2017)

by Richard Stillwell

Adjoining the caldarium is a large square room with a brick bath in the SE corner that was supplied ...

Google previewA Cyclopaedia of Works of Architecture (1895)

In Italy, Greece, and the Levant by William Pitt Preble Longfellow

The caldarium is a vaulted hall about 18 ft. by 55 ft., with a shallow circular marble basin for washing in an apse at one end, and a rectangular tank for bathing ...

Google previewBeauty Therapy (2007)

The Foundations : the Official Guide to NVQ/SVQ Level 2 by Lorraine Nordmann

The caldarium is a steam room that uses natural herbal.

Google previewUnited Editors Encyclopedia and Dictionary (1907)

A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...

The caldarium, in which is sometimes the sudatio, or sweating-bath, and sometimes the real hot-water bath, were taken.

Google previewThe Harvard Encyclopedia (1890)

A Dictionary of Language Arts, Sciences, and General Literature

The caldarium, in which is sometimes the sudatio, or sweating-bath, and sometimes the real hot-water bath, were taken. This room had hollow walls, and the floor rested on low pillars over the hypocaust, so that it was surrounded on all sides ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Roman Empire (2009)

by Matthew Bunson

caldarium (hot room), laconicum (dry sweating room), and an area for swimming, a natatio.

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica, Or, Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature (1842)

Caldarium several times dislodged by the fire from the fort, which | killed an incredible number, with the loss of only five Calderon, English soldiers the first day. The attack, however, was continued till the afternoon of the 20th, when many of the ...

Google previewEncyclopædia Britannica: or, A dictionary of arts and sciences, compiled by a society of gentlemen in Scotland [ed. by W. Smellie]. Suppl. to the 3rd. ed., by G. Gleig (1810)

by Encyclopaedia Britannica

Caldarium of Europe, and along with it, it is to be hoped, the ii Calderwood. arts of humanity, beneficence, and peace, have at length obtained a footing in the rich empire of Indos- . tan, so long a prey to the rapine and violence of ty rants and ...

Google previewAn Encyclopaedia of Civil Engineering, Historical, Theoretical, and Practical (1865)

by Edward Cresy

The water for the baths, says Vitruvius, was heated by means of three copper vessels, so arranged that it flowed from one into the other ; one was called the caldarium, the other the tepidarium, and the third the frigidarium ; these vases were ...

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Small photo of The Hypocaust. Underground area used to heat the water of the Caldarium in the Roman Baths of the Wall. Conimbriga in Portugal, is one of the best preserved Roman cities on the west of the empire.Small photo of Picturesque view on the ruins of Frigidarium,Tepidarium and Caldarium in ancient Roman Baths of Caracalla (Thermae Antoninianae) at summer sunny day. Built between AD 212 - 217. Rome. Italy.EuropeSmall photo of Picturesque view on the ruins of Caldarium in ancient Roman Baths of Caracalla (Thermae Antoninianae) at summer sunny day.Built between AD 212-217.Beautiful architectural landscape. Rome. Italy.EuropeSmall photo of Hypocaust structure used to heat the water of the Caldarium room in the Roman Baths of the Wall. Conimbriga in Portugal, is one of the best preserved Roman cities on the west of the empire.Small photo of Picturesque view on the ruins of Caldarium in ancient Roman Baths of Caracalla (Thermae Antoninianae) at summer sunny day.Built between AD 212-217.Famous architectural landmark. Rome. Italy.EuropeSmall photo of Antonine Baths, Carthage. Tunisia. Ancient Carthage. General view of Antonine Baths - fragment of ruined caldarium ,the hottest room, and steamroomSmall photo of ZARQA, JORDAN - December 29: Caldarium dome of Qasr Amra in present-day eastern Jordan on December 29, 2014. Qasr Amra has led to its designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. More...

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Caldarium Meaning

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