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  • 1. The Theatre
    Judit
    Maria
  • 2. Introduccion
    • In the ancient Rome, people went to the theatre to have fun.
    • 3. The actors wore masks.
    • 4. The woman couldn’t act in the plays.
  • The theatre of Mérida
  • 5. Where is it?
    It is in Mérida, Extramadura, Spain.
  • 6. Extremadura
  • 7. When was it build?
    The Roman theatre of Mérida was built in the years 16th and 15th BC.
  • 8. Who build it?
    The constructor of the theatre was the consul Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa.
  • 9. Description
    • The theatre was used to watch plays.
    • 10. It had 3 parts:
    Semicircular grandstand:
    The semicircular grandstand, had a capacity for 6,000 spectators.
  • 11. Description
    Orchestra:
    It was paved with marble semicircular space white and blue. It was between the grandstand and the statge. It had got two parts:
    • Bisellia: Seating for guests of honor.
    • 12. Euripus: designed to collect and channeling water from grandstand.
  • Description
    • Stage:
    It was 7.5 m wide, 63 long and 17.5 in height. It was formed by two columns with bases of marble, adorned with sculptures.
  • 13. Description
  • 14. Other Constructions
    Theatre of Cádiz.
  • 15. Other Constructions
    Theatre of Aspendos
  • 16. Other Constructions
    Theatre of Sagunto.
  • 17. Other Constructions
    Theatre of Aosta.
  • 18. Other Construction
    TheatreMongontiacensium
  • 19. Our opinion
    • We think that, in those times, the theatre was an important construction because it was fun and the construction was very beautiful.
  • Other information
    Some of famouswriters of roman theatreswere:
    • TitusMacciusPlautus (c. 254 – 184 BC)
    • 20. PubliusTerentius Afer (c. 195/186 – 159 BC) Hisbirth is disputated.
    • 21. Menander (c. 342 – 291 BC)
  • Bibiography
    http://www.los-alisos.es/visitar_merida_y_su_teatro_y_anfiteatro_romano.html
    Google images
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_theatre_(M%C3%A9rida)
    http://usuarios.multimania.es/pacolorente/TeatrosRomanos/02Partes_Teatro.htm
  • 22. The End
    Thanks for your attention.
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