Theatre of Marcellus
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The theatre of Marcellus was the largest and most important theatre in Rome and completed in the late 1st century BCE during the reign of Augustus. The architecture of the theatre would become a standard feature of theatres across the empire and influence the façades of such iconic buildings as the…
Theatre of Marcellus (Teatro di Marcello) With its rows of arches and its more recent, unusually high windows, theTheatre of Marcellus is one of the oldest examples of an entertainment venue that was very popular among ancient Romans. Located in the Campus Martius area, between the Tiber and…
Roman theater wanted and built by Emperor Augustus, too often overshadowed by the imposing Colosseum! It is located a few steps from the Campidoglio hill, the place already established by the antiquity of the city's administrative power.
It is the only theater of ancient Rome in the city, though not quite complete.
The Theater of Marcellus was built in 13 BC by Emperor Augustus and named in honor of Marcellus, his intended heir. The theater was the largest in ancient Rome.
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