Turkish bath in a private house in Tripoli, Syria, in 1822

Plan of domestic baths in a private house in Tripoli in 1822
< Domestic baths In: Strictures on the personal cleanliness of the English… (The author, 1828)

Plan of domestic baths in a private house (in 1822) in Tripoli, Syria (now the Lebanon).

In Fig.1, the sudatory (marked B) is 8ft 6in by 6ft 6in and has a dome ceiling pierced with very small windows admitting a feeble light.

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David Urquhart & the birth of the Victorian Turkish bath

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