The Romanian Theater photo copyrighted by: Galen R. Frysinger
Over 30 years of excavation have led to the discovery of many Roman remains including this well-preserved theater with marble seats for up to 800 spectators, galleries and sections of mosaic-flooring. Built in the 4th century AD, it remained in use until about the 7th century AD, or about the time of the Arab invasion. The theatre has seating, elevated towards the rear part, in the shape of a horseshoe.
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