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The Roman Theatre is the only building from the ancient Roman city to have left significant remains of three successive phases of construction. Built between 13BC and 44AD it was a large and imposing structure, with seating for approximately 3000 spectators, partially under cover. In use up to the 3rd century AD then abandoned, it was rediscovered during excavations to build the new wing of Palazzo Reale between 1899 and 1906.

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26th May 2009 by Karen Davies

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Geography, History, Modern Foreign Languages

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