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Theatre in Leptis Magna, Reconstructed
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Theatre in Leptis Magna, Reconstructed

This modern reconstruction digitally restores a Roman theatre in Leptis Magna. Located in Khoms, Libya.
Theatre Parodoi, Epidaurus
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Theatre Parodoi, Epidaurus

A view of the parodoi - the monumental gate entrances common to Classical theatres through which the audience entered the theatre.
Theatre Mask Mosaic, Empuries
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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)
Theatre of Nysa, Inside View
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Theatre of Nysa, Inside View

The theatre of Nysa, first built in the Late Hellenistic period but the current architectural features date to the 2nd century AD.
Theatre of Byllis, Albania
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Theatre of Byllis, Albania

The Theatre was built against a natural slope and dates from the middle of the 3rd century BCE. With its 40 steps of seats, it had a capacity of 7,500 spectators.
Theatre, Metapontum
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Theatre, Metapontum

The mid-4th century BCE theatre at Metapontum, Magna Graecia, southern Italy.
Theatre at Korinth
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Theatre at Korinth

Theatre at Korinth
Ancient Cyprus: A Travel Guide
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Ancient Cyprus: A Travel Guide

Lying at the crossroads of the eastern Mediterranean, the island of Cyprus has long been a meeting point for many of the world's great civilizations. Situated where Europe, Asia and Africa meet, its location shaped its history of bringing...
Top 10 Archaeological Sites in Caria, Turkey
Article by Carole Raddato

Top 10 Archaeological Sites in Caria, Turkey

Located at the crossroads of many ancient civilizations, Turkey is a haven for archaeology lovers. Over the centuries, a succession of empires and kingdoms – Hittite, Lydian, Persian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine and, finally, Ottoman – ruled...
Roman Theatre of Timgad
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Roman Theatre of Timgad

The Roman theatre of Thamugadi (modern-day Timgad in Algeria) was cut into the side of a small hill south of the forum. It was designed to hold up to 4,000 spectators. A dedication dates the building to the reigns of Marcus Aurelius and Lucius...
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