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英文の和訳で困っています 和訳を教えていただきたいです よろしくお願いします!! If, as Eschebach argues, there was formerly some kind of physical boundary or pomerium round the old quarter, these blocks may have been relatively sparsely built up, thus providing the only feasibile sites which were both centrally positioned and large enough to accommodate the baths.

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もしも、エッセンバッハが主張するように、旧市街のまわりに、ある種の物理的境界やポメリウム(※1)がかつて存在していたならば、こうした区画は比較的まばらに構築された可能性があり、よって中央に浴場の為の十分なスペースと位置取りが実行可能な場所のみを供給したのであろう。 ※1:聖なる境界線。ローマの場合、この内側がローマ本体、外側がローマの領土と区分けされていました。

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