Biblical and mythological themes which featured bathing were depicted by numerous painters. In the Middle Ages , bathing commonly took place in public bathhouses. The other work was a publication by Dr James Currie of Liverpool on the use of hot and cold water in the treatment of fever and other illness, with a fourth edition published not long before his death in Edgar Degas , After the Bath , ca. The quality of water used for bathing purposes varies considerably.
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This luxurious item of the Mycenaean palace culture, therefore, was clearly borrowed from the Near East. Especially popular themes included Bathsheba in the bath , in which she is observed by King David, and Susanna in the sight of lecherous old men. In the Indonesian language, mandi is the verb for this process; bak mandi is the large container, and kamar mandi is the place in which this is done. A sponge bath is usually conducted in hospitals, which involves one person washing another with a sponge , while the person being washed remains lying in bed. By analogy, especially as a recreational activity, the term is also applied to sun bathing and sea bathing.