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Afrodisias odeon

Afrodisias odeon

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One of a series of pictures of the theatre. It dates from the second half of the first century and was rebuilt near the end of the second. On a wall near the north parados (entrance) a set of inscriptions was found from the first half of the third century, with letters and historical annotations, going back to the first century BC.

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Paolo Peggi (aka Bracciodiferro)17-Apr-2011 07:38
Another fantastic work! Voted
Guest 23-Feb-2011 09:56
An Odeion also served as public meeting place. This one dates from 1st and 2nd cent. The beautiful original floor in "opus sectile", kind of mosaic, has been stored elsewhere.