The  Ancient  Theatre
Archive - A  Virtual Reality Tour of Greek  and Roman Theatre Architecture

FRANCE

Augustodunum (modern Autun, France)

Lugdunum (modern Lyon, France)

Arausio (modern Orange, France)

Arelate (modern Arles, France)

Forum Julii (modern Fréjus, France)

Vasio Vocontiorum (modern Vaison-la-Romaine)

Vienna (modern Vienne, France)

 

GREECE

Aegae (modern Vergina, Greece)

Aegeira (modern Egira, Greece)

Argos (modern Argos, Greece)

Cassiope (modern Kamarina, Greece)

Corinth (modern Kórinthos, Greece)

Corinth Odeum (modern Kórinthos, Greece)

Delphi (modern Delfi, Greece)

Delos (Modern Delos, Greece)

Dionysus (modern Athens, Greece)

Dium (modern Malathriá, Greece)

Dodona (modern Dodoni, Greece)

Elis (modern Ilida, Greece)

Epidaururs (modern Epidauros, Greece)

Eretria (modern Eretria, Greece)

Gythium (modern Githio, Greece)

Herodes Atticus

Isthmia (modern Isthmia, Greece)

Mantinea (modern Mantinea, Greece)

Megalopolis (modern Megalopoli, Greece)

Messene (modern Mavromati, Greece)

Milos, Cyclades, South Aegean

Mytilene, Lesbos, North Aegean

Nicopolis (modern Preveza, Greece)

Odeum of Herodes Atticus (modern Athens

Orchomenus (modern Orhomenos, Greece)

Orchomenos, Boeotia, Sterea Hellas

Oropos, the Amphiareion , East Attica

Patrai (Patras), Patra, Achaia, Greece

Philippi (modern Krenides, Greece)

Sicyon (modern Kiato, Greece)

Sparta (modern Sparti, Greece)

Stobi (modern Pustogradske, Greece)

Thessalonica (modern Thessaloniki, Greece)

Thera (modern Thira, Greece

Thoricus (modern Thorikos)

 

ITALY

Arretium (modern Arezzo, Italy)
Asisium (modern Assisi, Italy)
Falerii Novi (modern Fabrica di Roma)
Ferentium (modern Ferento Viterbo, VT, Italy)
Interamnia Praetuttiorum (modern Teramo, Italy)
Iguvium (modern Gubbio, Italy)
Mevania (modern Bevagna)

Marcellus (modern Rome, Italy)

Ocriculum (modern Otricoli, TR, Italy)

Ostia (modern Ostia Antica, Italy)

Pompeii Odeum (modern Pompeii, Italy)

Pompeii (modern Pompeii, Italy)

Segesta (modern Calatafimi-Segesta, Italy)

Spoletium (modern Spoleto, Italy)

Syracusae (modern Siracusa, Italy)

Tauromenium (modern Taormina, Italy)
 

NORTH AFRICA

Alexandria

 

SPAIN AND PORTUGAL

Acinipo (modern Ronda la Vieja, Spain)

Augusta Emerita (modern Mérida, Spain)

Baelo (modern Tarifa, Spain)

Bilbilis (modern Calatayud, Spain)

Clunia (modern Peñalba de Castro, Spain)

Carthago Nova (modern Cartagena, Spain)

Italica (modern Santiponce, Spain)

Malaca (modern Málaga, Spain)

Metellinum (modern Medellin, Spain)

Olisipo (modern Lisbon, Portugal)

Segobriga (modern Saelices, Spain)

Tarraco (modern Tarragonia)

Urso (modern Osuna, Spain)

 

TURKEY

Antiphellus (modern Kas, Turkey)

Arycanda (modern Arif, Turkey)

Aspendus (modern Belkiz, Turkey)

Aphrodisias (modern Geyre, Turkey)

Ephesus (modern Selçuk, Turkey)

Ephesus Odeum (modern Selçuk, Turkey)

Halicarnassus (modern Bodrum, Turkey)

Hierapolis (modern Pamukkale, Turkey)

Letoon (modern Bozoluk, Turkey)

Miletus (modern Balat, Turkey)

Myra (modern Demre, Turkey)

Patara (modern Kelemis, Turkey

Pergamum (modern Bergama, Turkey)

Pergamum Roman Theatre (Bergama, Turkey)

Perge (modern Aksu, Turkey)

Phaselis (modern Tekirova, Turkey)

Pinara (modern Minare Köyü, Turkey)

Priene (modern Güllübahçe Turkey)

Side (modern Eski Antalya, Turkey)

Simena (modern Kale, Turkey

Telmessus (modern Fethiye, Turkey)

Termessus (modern Güllük, Turkey)

Tlos (modern Düver, Turkey)

Troia (Troy) Odeum (modern Hisarlik, Turkey)

Xanthus (modern Kõnõk, Turkey)

 

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