Houda Lichiheb, Mounir Dhouib
Abstract: This paper presents an approach to the development of a tool for the restoration of the Roman imperial baths. This tool is obtained from an architecturological analysis of the Roman imperial baths of North Africa. We propose that it allows generating analog models considered as hypothesis for the restoration of Roman imperial baths from their remains. These can be refined and supplemented by specialists in the field of archeology.
Keywords: Tool for restitution, Roman Imperial Baths, Architectural analysis, Analog model