The Roman Theatre at Iguvium

(Modern Gubbio, Italy)

Photos / Panorama Movies

Theatre Type:

Roman Theatre


Gubbio, Italy

GPS Coordinants

43°21'7" N 12°34'21" E

Date of Construction:

20 BCE

GPS Coordinates:

43.35188, 12.57254 or 43°21'06.8"N+12°34'21.1"E


Seating: 70.37 meters
Orchestra: Diameter 17.97 meters

Seating Capacity:

3,900 / 6.000

Architectural Drawings:

Plan View of Theatre at Iguvium


From archeological site signage:

The 70 meters wide cavea could accommodate up to 6000
spectators. The theater, built in an opus quadratum of rusticated
limestone blocks, is a two-storey structure: the ground level in
opus reticulatum, with vaulted access to the tiers, and the upper
storey, occupied by the porticus in summa cavea, with Doric
colonnade. More...


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