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Suspensura, the architectural term given by Vitruvius to piers of square bricks (about 20 cm X 20 cm) that supported a suspended floor of a Roman bath covering a hypocaust cavity through which the hot air would flow.
- Vitruvii De architectura libri decem, V, 10 («De balnearum dispositionibus et partibus»).
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