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Museo del Teatro de Caesaraugusta

Withouth any doubt, the theatre was the finest and most popular building in the city. The austerity to be seen today in its walls and foundations bears witness to its grandeur, but not to the ostentatious richnesswith which its rulers endowed it. Fortunately today, archaeological excavations have recovered material traces of its grandeur: fine floors, columns, cornices, sculptural, remains, all showing the careful attention the building received at the height of its existence.Situated in a privileged urban area, in line with the Baths and the Forum, building was begun in Tiberius¿ time, although it was not completed until later. Its heyday was during the time of the Julian-Claudian and



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