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talking about buildings. Emily took care information on the excavations. Here is the article by Julien on the size of the theater. Two successive sizes disappearance theater Following the arrival of Christianity in the 3rd century after J. C., the theater had to be closed. The repertoire consisted of religious pieces based on mythology and Christians monotheists, refused to put forward the ancient religion.
Laurene, Maud and Tifenn were interested in the spectators seats. At first the theater, facing south, was small and wood: it contained 5,000 seats. Later it was rebuilt in stone and contained 7,000 seats.
Just a few years to count the number of seats, an architect had the idea to measure the space occupied by a pair of buttocks, he concluded that one could install 7000 in the theater. (Version Laurene) Learn all about the vomitories with Maud. This device would avoid contacting the different social classes *. Spectators accessed in those places below the lower maenianum (four vomitoria) and the upper maenianum (eight vomitoria).
Their function was to serve the stands. * Cavea: refers to the part of a Roman theater or amphitheater, where the tiers on which sit the spectators * class located: subset of a population defined by its wealth or noble status. And to finish this first part, here is a paragraph on the pipes. Secondly, we will deepen informing you about the shows.
Lea looked at the disposal of spectators following their social rank. publicly available on the stands. • Spectators were placed by social status: slaves were in the background, rich well placed in front of the stage and the poor in the middle, after the rich. You will know how Anthony attend free shows. The free performances From the second century, the governors of cities had the idea of ??organizing free shows for audiences in order that they be re-elected.
But even when the governors paid actors. The destruction of the theater before the third century the Romans prayed to their gods before each show. Gradually the Roman religion and the Christian religion disappears apparait.C’est why the theater hosted more person: Christians do not pray the Roman gods.
In the third century J.C., we no longer played parts in the theater. In the twelfth century, Christians took the stones of the theater to build the city of St Marcel and his church. To see how many seats there were in the theater, an architect had fun measuring footprints rear of spectators who were gradually formed in the stones of the theater. After this investigation, it has been calculated that the theater could hold 7000 people. (V Maud) Isciane prepared the section on religious shows.
Religious events There were perhaps religious shows. In any case, priests attending the shows, and even choirboys In the theater, there was an altar for the priests, before the show, pray and make offerings to the gods. Naomi and Salome have studied the issue of priests and altar boys. Little Children and priests: Before each show the priests made offerings to the gods surrounded by altar boys who possessed the statuettes of gods all around the stage before each performance.
Then the priests put themselves in the stands to their special place down the side. Priests and altar boys were essential because all representation were related to the Christian religion. With Lorette, you will know what is sold before each performance. Stella Maeve and studied the question of spectators and actresses. Women in the Roman theaters at the time of the founding of Rome (753 av.J.C.), women do not have the right to access to the theater, let alone play.
And that until the time of the Roman Empire. At the beginning of the Roman Empire, the women begin to have the right to attend the theater but no play unlike men who are entitled to attend and play. It was at the end of the Roman Empire, they have the right to play but not everywhere. Actresses women: women in Greece could not be actresses and could not attend the show.
At the time the roles were played by men only. But elsewhere in the imperial period, though some roles were played by women is because they were either well known or because it was the wife of the emperor. The megaphone masks intrigued Yanis.
Julien tells you the disappearance of the theater. THE DISAPPEARANCE OF THEATER Following the arrival of Christianity in the 3rd century J.C., the theater had to be closed because it showed religious pieces targeting audiences polytheistic, while the Christians were monotheists. TWO SIZES Initially, the theater had a shape of a horseshoe and measured 61 meters in length, it was built of wood enierement.
Then it was completely refurbished, eventually measure 83,5metres with a form of semicircle. The wood was replaced by stone. And finally Manon evokes the destruction of the theater.
This word is used today for some public buildings with evacuation passages large. and are usually covered with a vault. The vomitories are located under the bleachers, which together form the cavea * In Latin vomitory says vomitorium. The orchestra pit was a corridor used by the Romans in theaters.
At first the theater had a shape of a horseshoe and measured 61 meters in length, it is all in wood. Then it was completely refurbished, eventually measuring 83.5 meters, with a shape of a half circle. Wood, it was replaced by the stone.
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