Ephesus Odeon

Built in 150 BC by Publis Vedius Antonius, a rich Ephesus, the Odeion is a theater-shaped building. The hall was 1400 people. Considering the prytaneion and the state agora in front of it, we can say that it was used as a city council as well as theater performances. It is understood that his orchestra was closed above the lack of grooves to flow the rain water.

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