The Roman Rendezvous, Great Bath c.1965
4 0 c m
 
33cm
actual image size: 25cm x 32cm

The Roman Rendezvous, Great Bath c.1965

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Description

The Roman Baths were open for public bathing only during the Bath Festival, a tradition which started in 1961. The Festival Ball that year was a Roman Orgy, much to the distaste of Yehudi Menuhin, and held at the baths. It was the first time in living memory people could swim in the baths. Guests at the ball were issued with togas and a Roman feast was offered to diners, including boar, roast swan and dormice! When the last revellers refused to leave the water at 4am, the city authorities pulled the plug out of the baths.
 

Image Reference

20177
 

Collection Reference

Chronicle X 5100
 

Original Width (mm)

202
 

Original Height (mm)

252
 

Collection Location

Bath Central Library
 

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