It’s a rectangular hall included between two big parallel steps divided into three terraces:
On the high terrace there is a living room with different areas decorated by niches where Sosandra’s statue was found.
The statue is attributed to the artist Calamide lived in the first half of the 5 century B.C.
This find has been identified like a “Venus” that answered to the artistic and ethic ideal of that period: the Goddess is, infact, severely dressed and she’s wearing also a heavy “himation”.
A vault hall with a beautiful polychrome mosaic where the statue of Mercurius was found.
The middle terrace contains a small nymph-
The inferior terrace that represents the most harmonious and complete architectural scenography of the whole thermal complex, was formed by a big square “piscina”.