These baths were excavated off and on between 1929 and 1979. There is still more to uncover. It was built on a flat place at the foot of Mt. Panayir. For this reason it made use of the natural rock face in the mountain. This bath is typical of Roman baths, which include a cold room (frigidarium), a hot room (caldarium), and a tepid room (tepidarium) with wide-open spaces beside it. The walls were made of large blocks with a vaulted brick roof. Latrines were on the south side.