Pompei: Odeon

Country: Italy (Italia)
Region: Campania
City: Pompei (ancient name: Pompeii)
Location: to the East of the Triangular Forum

Ancient Roman concert hall, built ca. 80 BC. Originally roofed, it was used for music concerts and poetry recitals. Destroyed by the violent eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 7 AD. Also known as "Teatro Piccolo". Ca. 1300 seats.

Link: Wikipedia

[Pompei: Teatro Romano / Odeon] Picture: model of the excavated city of Pompei, centre, left: Teatro Romano, centre, right: Odeon
Reverse Text: "Pompei, Pianta della Citta"
Publisher: Ediz. Extra Pompeiana; 14032 950
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
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[Pompei: Odeon] Front Text: "Pompei, Teatro Piccolo"
Publisher:P. Beccarini Editore; RR. Sacvi di Pompei; 172
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
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[Pompei: Odeon] Front Text: "Pompei - Teatro Tragico" [actually, this is the Odeon/Teatro Piccolo]
Publisher: Ed. E. Ragozino, Napoli; 243
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
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[Pompei: Odeon] Front Text: "Pompei - Teatro piccolo (coperto)"
Publisher: R & C; 2027
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
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[Pompei: Odeon] Reverse Text: "Pompeji, Kleines Theater. Eingangstore zwischen Zuschauerraum und Skene, 1. Jahrh. v. Chr." [entrance doors, between auditorium and skene]
Publisher: Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel (Germany); Weltkunstkarte Nr. 897
Size: Modern
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[Pompei: Teatro Romano / Odeon] Picture: left: Teatro Romano, right: Odeon
Reverse Text: "Pompei - Teatro Grande e Odeon detto Teatro Piccolo - Great Theatre and Odeon Calling Little Theatre - La Grand Théatre et Odeon dit le Petit Théatre - Teatro Grande y Odeon llamado Teatro Pequeno - Grootater und Odeum Berufenkueze Theater" [sic!]
Publisher: Doriano
Size: Modern
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