Aspendos Theatre



published on 07 August 2012

Aspendos was an ancient Greco-Roman city of Turkey.
According to later tradition, city was founded around 1000 BC by Greeks who may have come from Argos.

Aspendos is known for having the best-preserved theatre of antiquity.The theatre was built in 155[4] by the Greek architect Zenon, a native of the city, during the rule of Marcus Aurelius.

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  • ROBERT pARKE wrote on 21 August 2012 at 06:47:

    If the sit-com Friends had been performed here, I wonder what means of Public Chastisement & or Punishment to plainly reflect ridicule upon the Performers may have been used??