Greek Theater--page 2 (of two pages)

begun 4th century BCE; altered under the Romans, 1st-3rd century CE






Left: angled view of the proscenium and scaenae frons; center and right: left side

 

Central view and the right side of the proscenium and scaenae frons and surviving Corinthian capitals

 

Arched passageway and part of the substructure

 

Portico which runs around the top of the cavea

 

Outer brick walls

Some of the interior walls were apparently faced with marble.



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Works Consulted or Quoted:
Grady, Ellen. Sicily [Blue Guide]. New York: Norton, 2006.

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