Theatre in Orange, Vaucluse, France
The Orange Theatre in southern France was built in the last part of the first century CE. The structure still maintains its original scaenae frons, which is the front facing wall. Originally, this wall would have been ornately decorated. In the central niche of the wall, there is a statue of Augustus.
Gromelle Grand Angle
26 November 2007
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Gromelle Grand Angle, Orange Theatre, 26 November 2007
Gromelle Grand Angle, “Orange Theatre,” Living Late Antiquity, accessed February 24, 2018, http://livinglateantiquity.org/items/show/178.