Got here from the Greeks

Got here from the Greeks

Roman Amphitheater theatres derive from and are a half of the overall evolution of earlier Greek theatres. Indeed, a lot of the architectural influence on the Romans got here from the Greeks, and theatre structural design was no totally different from other buildings. However, Roman theatres have particular differences, corresponding to typically being built upon their own foundations as an alternative of earthen works or a hillside and being utterly enclosed on all sides. Today, one can never discover any travel bundle in Alexandria that misses a visit to the Roman Amphitheater as part of the tour to Alexandria. Many travelers from various nationalities who go to Egypt like to explore monuments which belong to the Greco Roman interval in the land of the Nile.


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 Got here from the Greeks-Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria


Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria


Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria


 Got here from the Greeks-Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria


Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria


Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria


 Got here from the Greeks


Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria


 Got here from the Greeks


Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria


Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria


Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria


Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria


Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria


Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria


Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria


Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria


 Got here from the Greeks-Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria


Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria


Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria


Ancient Roman Theatre-Alexandria



Situated to the North of the Roman theatre, there are massive mud brick constructions and these are ruins of the Roman baths that were constructed close to the amphitheater in the period from the 2nd to the 4th century AD. Located to the East of the Roman Amphitheatre of Alexandria, recent excavation missions have unearthed a Roman villa that dates back to the interval of Roman Emperor, Hadrian, who ruled Egypt and a large empire during the 2nd century AD. The archeologists who found this villa known as it; “the Villa of the Birds” due to the marvelous mosaic flooring in the principle room of the construction which shows many birds in numerous shapes. Other mosaic ornaments in the Villa of the Birds have completely different geometric motifs making the villa a distinctive monument to be visited or explored in Egypt.


City: Alexandria
Region: Kom El Dikka
Place: Ancient Roman Theatre
Date: 23/4/2022
Location: see on map