XL Print 50x50 Roman Theatre, MÉRIDA
Art print from the Spain Series. Roman Theater of Mérida
Historical theater built by Ancient Rome in the Augusta Emerita colony, current Mérida. Its creation was promoted by the consul Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa and, according to a date inscribed on the theater itself, its inauguration took place around the years 16-15 BC. c.
The theater has undergone several renovations, the most important around the year 105, during the time of Emperor Trajan, when the current stage front was built, and another during the time of Constantine I, between the years 333 and 335. The theater was abandoned in the 4th century AD c.
The building was covered in earth and for centuries its only visible part was the summa cavea, the upper steps.
Since 1933 the theater has hosted the Mérida International Classical Theater Festival.
Sheet printed on 320 gr paper. High Quality Embossing. Measurements of 50 x 50 cm.
Delivered unframed. Recommended IKEA Ribba frame 50x50 cm.