Uthina amphiteatre
Uthina amphiteatre.
In the north of the former city. The building is half dug into the hill and the seats were adorsed to the slope, only upper part of the building with the arcs is above ground. The building measures 113mx90m and seated about 16000. The amphiteatre as undergone restoration and excavation work since the start of excavation in 1993. The central arena measures 58mx35m. An underground vaulted gallerys alligned in a major axis provides access to the amphiteatre basement with symetriacal vaults and rooms under the central arena. It dates from the regins of Hadrian.


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Building Activity

  • updated a digital reference
    about 6 years ago via Annotator