Europe: Temples, Palaces / Aspendos Theather

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The theatre at Aspendos is without doubt the best-preserved example of "eastern" Roman theatre construction in the world. Bieber identifies distinctions between "western" and "eastern" Roman theatres citing the straight, multi-storied scaenae frons with a higher, seven foot, stage as characteristic of "eastern" theatre construction techniques found at Aspendos, Priene, Miletus, and Termessos. These Hellenistic influenced theatres in Asia Minor are in contrast to the "western" theatres of Italy, Spain, France, and Africa which have recessed niches for the doors in the scaenae frons and a lower, four-foot high stage.


 

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