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The Theater of Miletus
Theater of Miletus (4th Century B.C.).

Theater of Miletus (4th Century B.C.). It was expanded during Roman Period and increased its seating, going from 5,300-25,000 spectators.

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The theater of Miletus was built into a hill between the Bay of Lions and the Theater Harbor. Construction took place between 300 and 133 B.C. It has a horseshoe-shaped cavea. The stage-building built during many different periods.

Source: Perseus - Miletus Theater (Building).

Sacred Destinations - Miletus, Turkey says there is an interesting Greek inscription on the theater seats that may be translated: "For the Jews and the God-fearers."

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