Avenches Amphitheatre

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Viktorija Valenta
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published on 11 April 2022

Roman amphitheatre of Avenches, Switzerland, built in the early 2nd century CE, in use until the 4th century CE, used as a stone quarry afterwards. In the 11th century, a fortified tower was built on its eastern entrance and today it serves as a museum.

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Viktorija Valenta
Victoria holds a MA degree in Art History. She is an avid observer of the society, its past and development of the philosophical thought. Fan of Socrates! Native speaker of Croatian language, based in England.

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Valenta, V. (2022, April 11). Avenches Amphitheatre. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/15600/avenches-amphitheatre/

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