This bath is located between Jame' Mosque and Imamzadeh Yahya in Semnan. The same was constructed in the year 856 AH. during the reign of Abol Qassem Babar Khan, the Teimoorid monarch. The construction took place under the orders of Babar's minister Khajeh Qiassedin Bahram Semnani. This structure was repaired in the year 1312 AH. under the orders of Haj Molla Ali Hakim Allahi, a great scholar, during the reign of Mozafaredin Shah Qajar. The structure comprises of three sections, named as the cloak-room, a hot house or garm khaneh and the reservoir of a hot bath or khazaneh. The doorway of this bath has been beautifully adorned with tile works, and on the upper portion is a poetical inscription in the 'nasta'liq' script. This bath has been endowed to the Jame' mosque. After suitable renovations, The Cultural Heritage Organization inaugurated the same as the Museum of Anthropology in the year 1994.
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