apodyterium (n.) 1690s, from L. apodyterium "undressing room" (in a bath house), from Gk. apodyterion "undressing room," from apodyein "to put off, undress," from apo- "off" (see APO- (Cf. apo-)) + dyein "to put on, enter, go in."

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  • Apodyterium —   [griechisch] das, s/...ri |en, Umkleideraum in den antiken Thermen. * * * Apo|dy|te|ri|on, Apo|dy|te|ri|um, das; s, ...ien [lat. apodyterium < griech. apodyte̅rion]: (in der römischen Antike) Umkleideraum in den Thermen (2) …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Apodyterium — A*pod y*te ri*um, n. [L., fr. Gr. ?, fr. ? to strip one s self.] (Anc. Arch.) The apartment at the entrance of the baths, or in the palestra, where one stripped; a dressing room. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • APODYTERIUM — pars illa Palaestrae seu Gymnasii potius, quae alias Spoliatorium, quod vide …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Apodyterium — Thermes urbains d Herculanum, avec un apodyterium pour chaque section …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Apodyterium — In ancient Rome, the apodyterium was the primary entry in the public baths, composed of a large changing room with cubicles or shelves where citizens could store clothing and other belongings while bathing. Privately owned slaves, or one hired at …   Wikipedia

  • Apodyterium — Apodyterion in den Stabianer Thermen in Pompeji Als Apodyterion (griechisch ἀποδυτέριον) bzw. latinisiert Apodyterium wird der An und Auskleideraum im griechischen und römischen öffentlichen Bad (Thermen) bezeichnet. Auch in der …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • apodytérium — (a po di té ri om ) s. m. Terme d architecture ancienne. Lieu où l on se déshabillait dans une palestre ou dans des bains publics. ÉTYMOLOGIE    Terme composé de ANA exprimant enlèvement, et du verbe grec vêtir …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • apodyterium — ap·o·dy·te·ri·um …   English syllables

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  • Thermae — This page is on buildings used for Roman bathing. For the activity in general, see Ancient Roman bathing. The terms balnea or thermae were the words the ancient Romans used for the buildings housing their public baths.Most Roman cities had at… …   Wikipedia

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