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    • EPIDAURUS: THEATER

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    • View looking north over the theater, from the top and rear of the semi-circular seating, depicting the valley sacred to Asklepios beyond
    • EPIDAURUS: THEATER

    • theater
    • View looking northwest over the theater, from the top and rear of the semi-circular seating, depicting the valley sacred to Asklepios beyond
    • EPIDAURUS: THEATER

    • theater
    • View along the middle promenade (seats of honour, reserved for the magistrates and the priests, were situated along the upper part of this promenade)
    • EPIDAURUS: THEATER

    • theater
    • The seating (cavea), the northeast edge of the theater, depicting pie shape wedges, the upper tire
    • EPIDAURUS: THEATER

    • theater
    • The circular orchestra, view from above, depicting the full circle (this is the stage where the chorus / actors performed - and is the only circular one to have survived from antiquity)
    • EPIDAURUS: THEATER

    • theater
    • The circular orchestra, view looking northeast across the orchestra floor (this is the stage where the chorus / actors performed - and is the only circular one to have survived from antiquity)
    • EPIDAURUS: THEATER

    • theater
    • The circular orchestra, view looking northwest across the orchestra floor (this is the stage where the chorus / actors performed - and is the only circular one to have survived from antiquity)
    • EPIDAURUS: THEATER

    • theater
    • The circular orchestra, view along the perimeter passage (and water channel when it rained), looking southwest (this is the stage where the chorus / actors performed - and is the only circular one to have survived from antiquity)
    • EPIDAURUS: THEATER

    • theater
    • The circular orchestra, view along the perimeter passage (and water channel when it rained), looking northeast (this is the stage where the chorus / actors performed - and is the only circular one to have survived from antiquity)

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