When strolling through the national park of Caesarea, don’t miss the opportunity to test the Byzantine era Public latrines. Set an exit of Caesarea’s Hippo-stadium after it went out of use, the public latrine was comprised of a row of slabs of stone set above a water channel. People in need would sit on the space between them until they were totally relieved. In front of the feet a small channel of water was designed to hold a few sticks with sponges. They were used for, well, I guess you know what.
Points of Interest in the Area
|Caesarea’s Byzantine Praetorium|