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History [ ] The "" in a reception room of the bathhouse at , an Umayyad-era 7th—9th century archeological site in the Origins and early development [ ] Public bathhouses were a prominent civic and urban institution in Roman and culture and were found throughout the world karanisbath
Mosques always provide a place to wash, but often hammams are located nearby for those who wish to perform deeper cleansing Blair, Sheila, eds
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Bloom, Jonathan; S Syria [ ] in , originally built in 12th century An old legendary story says that once had 365 hammams, one for each day of the year
Behrens-Abouseif, Doris Hammams, particularly in Morocco, evolved from their Roman roots to adapt to the needs of ritual purification according to Islam
Although wood was continuously needed for fuel, some hammams, such as those in Morocco and , also made use of recycled organic materials from other industries such as wood shavings from ' workshops and pits from the 167
org Although in early Islamic history women did not normally patronize hammams, by around the 10th century it became common practice in many places to provide separate hours or separate facilities for men and women
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