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Scaenae Frons Behind Stage at Historic Theatre, Hierapolis, Pamukkale, Denizli Province, Turkey Royalty Free Stock Photo
Scaenae Frons Behind Stage at Historic Theatre, Hierapolis, Pamukkale, Denizli Province, Turkey Royalty Free Stock Photo
Scaenae Frons Behind Stage at Historic Theatre, Hierapolis, Pamukkale, Denizli Province, Turkey Royalty Free Stock Photo
Close view on scaenae or decoration of theater`s scene in antique city Hierapolis, Pamukkale, Turkey Royalty Free Stock Photo
Theater scaenae or decoration of scene in antique city Hierapolis, Pamukkale, Turkey. There are statues, ornamented gates, portico Royalty Free Stock Photo
Scaenae frons of the Antique Roman Theatre in Merida, Spain. Royalty Free Stock Photo
Scaenae frons of the Antique Roman Theatre in Merida, Spain. Royalty Free Stock Photo
Cavea from Scaenae Frons Behind Stage at Historic Theatre, Hierapolis, Pamukkale, Denizli Province, Turkey
Herodes Atticus Odeon scaenae frons Royalty Free Stock Photo
Scaenae frons of the Antique Roman Theatre in Merida, Spain. Royalty Free Stock Photo
Scaenae frons of the Antique Roman Theatre in Merida, Spain. Royalty Free Stock Photo
Scaenae frons of the Antique Roman Theatre in Merida, Spain. Royalty Free Stock Photo
Scaenae frons of the Antique Roman Theatre in Merida, Spain. Royalty Free Stock Photo
Scaenae frons of the Antique Roman Theatre in Merida, Spain. Royalty Free Stock Photo
Scaenae frons of the Antique Roman Theatre in Merida, Spain. Royalty Free Stock Photo
Cavea audience seating viewed from Scaenae Frons Behind Raised Pulpitum or Stage at Historic Theatre, Hierapolis, Pamukkale, Denizli Province, Turkey The Theatre was probably constructed under the reign of Hadrian after the earthquake of 60 AD. The facade is 91m long, the full extent of which remains standing. In the cavea there are 50 rows of seats divided into seven parts by eight intermediate stairways. Hierapolis or Holy City is located in the Büyük Menderes the classical Meander valley adjacent to the modern Turkish city of Pamukkale. The Phrygians built a temple in the first half of the 7th century BC. Hierapolis was founded as a thermal spa early in the 2nd century BC. In AD 17, during the rule of the emperor Tiberius, a major earthquake destroyed the city. Through Christian apostle Paul, a church was founded here while he was at Ephesus.


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