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This section of the book Leisure, Pleasure and Healing: Spa Culture and Medicine in Ancient Eastern Mediterranean contains a list of illustrations. The list of illustrations include location of the thermo-mineral baths in Roman Palestine and Provincia Arabia, distribution of leisure and pleasure sites in the eastern Mediterranean according to historical evidences and archaeological remains and the sacred spring of Bath Spa, England. The book deals with Leisure, Pleasure and Healing in the eastern Mediterranean basin since the Biblical era throughout the Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, and Early Muslim periods. It is a monograph of the therapeutic sites in the Levant, which are models for social interaction, especially mutual cultural influences between pagans, Christians and Jews.

Keywords: archaeological remains; spa culture; thermo-mineral baths



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