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Mythbusting Ancient Rome – the truth about the vomitorium
There is a popular story that has been circulating for a long time that claims that people in ancient Rome would routinely gorge themselves on food and then go to places called vomitoria , where they would deliberately vomit up everything they had eaten so they could gorge themselves some more. This fanciful tale has been referenced in popular culture, repeated on the internet, and even taught in schools. Unfortunately, it is completely false. We have no evidence that gorging and vomiting was ever a common practice in ancient Rome, vomitoria were not really places for vomiting, and the word vomitoria itself is not even attested in Roman sources until very late. First of all, excessive eating followed by vomiting was never a common practice in ancient Rome or any other ancient civilization. I am sure there were probably some poor souls in ancient Rome who suffered from bulimia nervosa just like there are today, but there are no unambiguous references to those people in any surviving ancient Roman sources and there is certainly no evidence that gorging and vomiting was ever a common practice.
Top definition. So called because the people coming out of the openings looked as though they were being vomited out. I'm heading out to the vomitorium to go to the bathroom and get a new beer before the next inning. We entered the vomitorium to our seats around the tier.
Shushma Malik does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. It was once thought that a diner could, at this point in the meal, make a quick visit to the vomitorium — a room adjacent to the dining room replete with a basin and feathers to tickle the throat — in order to make room for the next course. The vomitorium is clearly part of this group, but no ancient source actually employs the word to describe a place for post-prandial puking.