It is understood from the remains of the buildings located on the south and also on the foot of the hill where the city was located that these were baths and gymnasium.
It is easy to judge that this was a baths-gymnasium complex looking at the plan of the large building with multiple rooms and the water pipes on its ground. The city baths was a smaller building situated to the west of the baths-gymnasium complex.
Itís plan bears all the classical Roman baths characteristics. Baths and Gymnasium date back to 3rd century AD.