Theatre Of Marcellus, Temple Of Bellona And Temple Of Apollo Sosianus (5/11)



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Built in 13 BC, the Theatre of Marcellus was used for various performances, like drama and song. Despite its changing use and wear of time, with additional construction through the years, sections of the Theatre survived to this day. Unfortunately, not much was left of the two temples for Roman gods Bellona and Apollo. A notable element of Apollo's temple is the 3 standing columns, although even those belong to the Augustan rebuild.


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