We are, to all practical intents and purposes, in a Roman laconicum.
At the end of the laconicum they enter flues, which I have shown as running side by side with the smoke flues.
It is known that the temperature of the laconicum was regulated by drawing up or down a metallic plate or clypeus.
Owing to the expansion by heat, a relatively greater volume of air enters the laconicum than the cold intake.
It had on one side the laconicum, containing the vase called labrum.
Adjoining is the laconicum with a firebrick furnace, after the nature of that of which I have before given full detailed drawings.
The perspiration is attained in the various hot rooms—the Tepidarium, Calidarium, and laconicum.
A place is built like a laconicum, and nicely finished in marble, smoothly polished.
Doors led into the laconicum from both the tepidarium and the caldarium.
She listened for a short time to the voices and laughter which retreated in the direction of the laconicum.