Although the Late Roman baths in the center of the town were not completely excavated, there were enough architectural details to compare it with the better preserved objects of the same purpose throughout the Roman Empire, suggesting its ideal reconstruction. The reconstruction of baths was made by Aleksandra Filipović, PhD, Sapienza University, Rome, Italy.
The linear room disposition (Figs. 1а, 1b,1c,1d) 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7 (toilet, rooms with warm pools, wet sweating room and room with a cold pool) indicate that these rooms could have been covered with a roof half cylindrical in shape (Figs. 2, 3), which are the most often present in the baths architecture preserved by us. It is presumed that actual thickness (50 – 70 cm) and distance between the walls (4,30 – 4,40 m) are quite enough for such structure. It doesn't mean that named rooms could have not been covered with timbers, that were protected from moisture by a special roof half cylindrical in shape. It was supposed that rooms 6 and 8 had one or two levels with covered structure of a slantwise wooden roof (Fig. 4). The glass windows were under the roof, clearly confirmed in the southern and western part of the building according to the findings of the fragments of glass in the rubble soil.