Theatre of Dodona
The theatre of Dodona, 3rd century BCE.
Theatre Mask Mosaic, Empuries
A 1st century BCE Roman floor mosaic emblemata depicting a theatre mask. From a bedroom, domus no.1, Empuries (Emporiae), Spain. (Archaeological Museum, Empuries)
The mid-4th century BCE theatre at Metapontum, Magna Graecia, southern Italy.
Theatre of Thugga
The stage of the Roman theatre of Thugga (Dougga), North Africa (168-169 CE)
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.
Roman Theatre Façade, Aosta
The 22 m high façade (scaena) of the Roman theatre at Aosta in northern Italy. The theatre was constructed in the 1st century CE and further extended in the 3rd century CE. The theatre had a capacity of 3-4,000 spectators.
Dion Hellenistic Theatre, Greece
The Hellenistic Theatre at Dion in Macedon with Mount Olympus in the background. The theatre was built into a natural hill during the 3rd century BCE. It underwent several phases of modification during the reign of Philip V (r. 221-179 BCE...
Emperor Hadrian's Private Retreat, the "Maritime Theatre" at Hadrian's Villa, Tivoli
More free lessons at: http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=hGMwMlksZlM Maritime Theatre at Hadrian's Villa, Tivoli, Villa begun in 117 C.E. A conversation with Dr. Bernard Frischer and Dr. Beth Harris
Globe Theatre Model
A scale model of the Globe Theatre in London. Home of Elizabethan theatre, The Globe was first opened in 1599 CE and put on plays by such famous playwrights as William Shakespeare (1564-1616 CE).
Elizabethan Stage, the Swan Theatre
A sketch by Aernout van Buchel showing actors on the stage of the Swan theatre in 1596 CE in London, one of the principal theatres of Elizabethan theatre. (Utrecht University Library, Netherlands)