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Theatre of Petra
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Theatre of Petra

Carved into the side of the mountain at the foot of the High Place of Sacrifice, the theatre of Petra consists of three rows of seats separated by passageways. Seven stairways ascended the cavea (seating section) which accommodated 4000 spectators...
Theatre of Marcellus, Rome
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Theatre of Marcellus, Rome

The theatre of Marcellus, near the Capitoline Hill, Rome. Begun under Julius Caesar, the project was completed under Augustus and the theatre was named after the son of Octavia who, before his death in 23 BCE, was Augustus' heir. Built in...
Theatre of Segesta
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Theatre of Segesta

The 2nd century BCE theatre of Segesta, Sicily. The theatre had a capacity of up to 4,000 spectators.
Theatre of Pergamon
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Theatre of Pergamon

The unusually steep cavea of the 2nd century BCE theatre in the Hellenistic city of Pergamon (modern Turkey).
Theatre of Dionysus - Acropolis, Athens
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Theatre of Dionysus - Acropolis, Athens

A few things are visible in this picture. The theatre of Dionysus Eleuthereus: Construction: 6th-4th century BCE The temple of Olympian Zeus to the left: Construction: 2nd century CE The Panathenaic Stadium to the far left: Construction...
Theatre of Argos
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Theatre of Argos

Built from the 4th to 3rd century BCE. Originally there were 81 rows of seats giving a total capacity of 20,000 spectators, making it the largest Greek theatre.
Theatre of Epidaurus Panorama
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Theatre of Epidaurus Panorama

Theatre of Epidaurus, Greece.
Theatre of Philippi
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Theatre of Philippi

The theatre of Philippi, Macedon, built during the reign of Philip II in the 4th century BCE.
Theatre Mask Mosaic
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Theatre Mask Mosaic

A Roman theatre mask mosaic, 1st century BCE. From a private villa in the area of Villa Ruffinella, Rome. Palazzo Massimo, Rome.
Theatre of Ephesus
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Theatre of Ephesus

The theatre of Ephesus, Turkey, was constructed c. 300 to c. 290 BCE and built into the hill of Panayir Dagi.
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