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The spirit of Rome: leaves from a diary : Lee, Vernon, 1856-1935 : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
#teatromarcello #writersinrome 22 APRIL 1905-You look out of a window and behold, close by, the unspeakable rag-fair of that foul quarter, with its yells and cries rising up and stench of cheap cooking. Immediately below, the corridors of the theater; below that, the shops, were pack-saddles, ploughs, scythes, wooden pails- the things of a village - are for sale in the midst of these black arches.
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A Greek theater is not the same as a Roman theater. Ancient Greek theaters were very large, open-air structures that took advantage of sloping hillsides for their terraced seating. Because of drama's close connection with religion, theaters were often located in or near sanctuaries.