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Reconstruction of theater in Leptis Magna

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Reconstruction of the theater in Leptis Magna
Reconstruction of the theater in Leptis Magna

Computer reconstruction of the theater in Leptis Magna, in present-day Libya. The building was built around the year 1-2 CE, but it was enlarged and decorated over the years. Finally, it could seat up to 16,000 spectators. The building was decorated with numerous sculptures, images of gods, emperors and rich citizens who co-financed the expansion of the place. Behind the stage structures have been particularly well preserved.

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