Rear of Bath Complex
This view from the south shows the triple-vaulted audience hall (left) and attached baths (right). The baths seem to have consisted of a tepidarium (warm room) and two caldaria (hot rooms), oddly omitting the classical Roman frigidarium (cold room). The rooms were heated, as is typical, by a furnace and underground ("hypocaust") pipes.
Behind the audience hall (photo left, again) is a throne area. Flanking this, two private chambers were used by the prince and his guests for (various kinds of) rest and relaxation.